Silva on Van Til and presuppositions
“… long before Rudolf Bultmann‘s emphasis on ‘preunderstanding’ became a popular topic, and certainly before Thomas Kuhn challenged the neutrality of scientific investigation, Cornelius Van Til, had, in an even more radical way, exposed the role of presuppositions for all of life” (Moisés Silva, The Case for Calvinistic Hermeneutics, in Walter C. Kaiser and Moisés Silva, An Introduction to Biblical Hermenutics).
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