Revelation and Reason: New Essays in Reformed ApologeticsBy: K. Scott Oliphint, Lane G. Tipton
|Publisher||Presbyterian and Reformed|
The relationship between revelation and reason in apologetics has long been debated. If our defense of the faith is a rational enterprise, and biblical veracity itself is under attack, where, when, and how does revelation come into play? That question and related concerns are central to these essays in the Reformed apologetic tradition of Cornelius Van Til. The editors explain: Part of the purpose of this collection of essays is to set in the foreground the necessity of exegetical and theological foundations for any Reformed, Christian apologetic. A Reformed apologetic is only Reformed to the extent that its tenets, principles, methodology, and so forth are formed and re-formed by Scripture.