James White: ARCH Calvinist

A friend sent me a comment by Jerry Walls, along with comments that were posted thereafter, I presume from FaceBook. First, I am so very honored to be an ARCH Calvinist now (I had been stuck at the “regular” Calvinist level for a very long time, and the promotion is very much appreciated!). Of course, the comments are, well, really …

Presuppositional vs Natural Theology

Some of you will already be aware of this, but the latest edition of Unbelievable, features Scott Oliphint and Kurt Jaros. This is a discussion regarding apologetic methodology. “Scott believes that the best apologetic method is to assume that Christianity is true and show why a non-Christian is suppressing that truth. Atheists presuppose the existence of God even to argue …

Covenantal Apologetics, Pt. 3

William Edgar, Dr. Oliphint’s colleague at Westminster Theological Seminary, certainly no stranger to the field of apologetics, wrote the Forward to Dr. Oliphint’s Covenantal Apologetics. Basically, Edgar gives us a brief history/survey of Christians apologetic in the 20th and 21st century. I was reminding, when reading his first sentence, of Walter Martin’s The Rise of the Cults In his chapter …

Covenantal Apologetics, Pt. 2

Yesterday I mentioned that Dr. Scott Oliphint’s latest book Covenantal Apologetics: Principles and Practice in Defense of Our Faith will hit the shelves next month. The folks at Crossway were kind enough to supply me with a copy for review. Thank you! In this post I simply want to supply our readers with the Table of Contents. Foreword by William …

Covenantal Apologetics

I mentioned Scott Oliphint’s new book in a previous post, but the time is drawing near for its release (in July). You can pre-order the book for only $12.19, by clicking here. Lord willing I’ll be commenting on the book in the near future, but since most people are not interested in what I have to say, below are a …