"Reasons for Faith: Philosophy in the Service of Theology" by K. Scott Oliphint

Wednesday, 02 May 2007

Scott Oliphint's Reasons for Faith is an attempt to address several of the problems in contemporary philosophy of religion and demonstrate that "Reformed thought, centrally set forth in [Cornelius] Van Til's works… has already broached virtually every discussion now in play." His perspective is broader, though, than simply Van Til (in fact, Van Til is not explicitly mentioned very often). He argues that "the…consistency of a Reformed apologetic was applied and demonstrated in much, if not most, of the concerns and responses of the Reformed orthodox in the seventeenth century." ...

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