Christian Theistic Ethics (In Defense of the Faith, Vol III) (1974, Den Dulk)

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Van Til, Cornelius. Used paperback copy in very good condition. Unmarked, clean text. Previous owner’s name stamped on closed edge pages. Very faint crease to sunned spine. Evidence of sticker removal from first front end page. Faint sticker ghost on front cover. Slight rubbing to cover along fore edge. Appears unread.

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This syllabus claims with the historic Reformed creeds that the good is good because God in Christ through the Scriptures, says it is good. Without the presupposition of the self-sufficient moral consciousness of the triune God revealed in Scripture, man’s moral consciousness would operate in a vacuum. Part 1 deals with Christian Ethical Principles and Part II traces the development of apostate man’s principle of “inwardness” or moral self-sufficiency in order to show that it has led and cannot but lead to moral chaos.

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