A Critically Important Lecture Dr. Robbins explains how Van Til's subtle rejection of the authority of propositional revelation has helped facilitate the construction of unbiblical views of justification. Given the state of the modern Reformed churches the importance of this lecture cannot be overstated.
Needed warning! Robbins speaks clear and concise on biblical issues. I notice Van Til is very popular on Sermonaudio. It makes one want to listen to popular teachers such as Van Til with great caution. Robbins quotes Van Til and others directly from their own writings. These lectures are very edifying.
Thomas M Sullivan (12/30/2005)
Excellent Material as well as a Warning Whether one agrees with the premise that the Auburn Theology had at its foundation the teachings of Cornelius Van Til - I am not sure I am convinced of this - this material is still excellent and important. As one pastor stated of Robbins' having the Auburn Pastors in his cross hairs, "he is barking up the right tree." The ramifications of their teaching is seen in such fruits as a new definition for justification, and presumed regeneration of baptized infants etc. etc. See especially Mark Horne's writings on such
subjects... it is sacramentalism rearing its head in a new form.