Theological and Apologetic Resources from K. Scott Oliphint

I’m looking forward to the release of K. Scott Oliphint’s book Covenantal Apologetics: Principles and Practice in Defense of Our Faith. In anticipation of its release, Justin Taylor recently posted a video interview with Dr. Oliphint on his approach to apologetics. I hope this sparks a renewed interest in a distinctly Reformed approach to apologetics that isn’t ashamed to stand upon Scripture as its ultimate and explicit authority. On Friday, you’ll be able to listen to Dr. Oliphint speak about these issues on Christ the Center, but in the meantime, take the time to listen to Dr. Oliphint’s previous contributions to Reformed Forum.


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