Revelation and Reason: New Essays in Reformed Apologetics

Revelation and Reason New Essays in Reformed Apologetics Revelation and Reason New Essays in Reformed Apologetics

  • Title: Revelation and Reason: New Essays in Reformed Apologetics
  • Author: K. Scott Oliphint
  • ISBN: 9780875525969
  • Page: 354
  • Format: Paperback
  • Revelation and Reason New Essays in Reformed Apologetics

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    1. EDIT: This is actually half of what I wrote. I only copied half of it (accidentally) to paste and didn't save it when I pasted over here. I'm too tired and lazy to re-type it, so you'll have to make do. SorryIn (i) I felt Gaffin (Epistemological Reflections in 1 Corinthians 2:6-16) and Silva's (The case for Calvinistic Hermeneutics) were the best.In (ii) I appreciated Frame's (Divine Aseity and Apologetics) essay the best.In (iii) I enjoyed most of the essays, particularly K. Scott Oliphint [...]

    2. Like any book that is made up of different essays by different authors there were some that were better than others (notably Thom Notaro and K. Scott Oliphint's were excellent). However all of the articles were thought-provoking and educational. Highly recommend.

    3. Had to read a few excerpts from this book for class and man did it kick my butt! Most of it was poorly written in terms of being accessible to the average person. However, I highly doubt the average person would even touch this book let alone read it. This is not to say that it wasn't insightful and incredibly profound in certain areas, but it is not for the faint of heart. Definitely challenging for anyone and I do not recommend it unless you're into epistemology, eschatology, ontology, and all [...]

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