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Van Til’s Trinitarian Theology

Lane Tipton

Dr. Lane G. Tipton is pastor of Trinity Orthodox Presbyterian Church in Easton, Pennsylvania and Fellow of Biblical and Systematic Theology at Reformed Forum.
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In the second course in our Fellowship in Reformed Apologetics, Dr. Lane Tipton equips students to critically engage central issues in trinitarian theology, focusing on the architectonic significance of the Trinity both in Van Til’s theology and apologetics. He gives special attention to Van Til’s historical and theological context, his theology of triune personhood, the structure and function of the representational principle, the distinctively trinitarian character of the transcendental method, and his rejection of all species of correlativism, ranging from Karl Barth to contemporary expressions of Evangelical mutualism.

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INTRODUCTION
Van Til on the Trinity: Revisionist or Reformed?
Perichoresis and Autotheos
The Representational Principle
Polemical Contexts

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