Apologetics is not just for philosophers. We all need wisdom for defending our faith. This book equips us to answer unbelief by means of our most powerful weapon. Discussion questions will help study groups understand and apply a biblical case for the faith. Softcover, 206 pages from P&R Publishing.
Calls all believers to do apologeticsto apply biblical truth to contemporary concerns. A popular-level introduction to presuppositional apologetics and its biblical underpinnings.
K. Scott Oliphint (MAR, ThM, PhD, Westminster Theological Seminary) is professor of apologetics and systematic theology at Westminster Seminary, Philadelphia. He has written numerous journal articles in the field of apologetics and is a world authority on the works of Cornelius Van Til. Among his many books are The Battle Belongs to the Lord and Reasons for Faith.
Many think that we should leave our Bibles at home when we engage in apologetics, that we should reason with unbelievers only on the basis of "common ground." Scott Oliphint, to the contrary, rightly emphasizes that the Christian can never set his Bible aside, for Scripture sets the standards for everything we do, including apologetics.