On Plundering the Egyptians: Remembering Common Grace

"unbelievers can, by virtue of common grace, come to philosophical conclusions that are helpful and true and can be utilized by the Christian. ... Though in recent days, when it comes to Aristotle (and Aquinas’s use of Aristotle), there are some who are quick to sound an alarm" - Ref21

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josh p's picture

In my very superficial study of this issue, it appears that Van Til and Gordon H. Clark disagree on both common grace and the usefulness of Greek thought. Maybe someone more knowledgeable can weigh in.