Should you Believe in God? Paperback
by K. Scott Oliphint;
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Should you Believe in God?
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Written to equip and strengthen laypeople in their defense of the faith, Apologia (edited by Peter Lillback and Steve Huff) challenges contemporary opposition to Christianity with concise, practical answers.
Should you Believe in God? by K. Scott Oliphint was published by P & R Publishing in September 2013 and is our 66383rd best seller. The ISBN for Should you Believe in God? is 9781596386778.
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"Should You Believe in God? by Scott Oliphint is a very capable and winsome statement of Christian theism. I commend it to you."
Douglas Wilson, Christ Church, Moscow, Idaho
"When I first read Van Til's pamphlet "Why I Believe in God" as a college student, it turned my world upside down. It was quite unlike any philosophical discussion of God that I had ever seen. Since then, I have been seeking to follow in its light. Scott Oliphint's "Should You Believe in God?" is a kind of updated version of Van Til's pamphlet. Oliphint refers to more recent writers and philosophical controversies. But like Van Til's work it proposes answers to those issues that move far beyond the answers that are usually considered respectable. The book is, in other words, biblical and therefore Christian. As with Van Til, it calls us to re-examine our most fundamental assumptions, and to realign them with the Bible and with Christ."
John Frame, Professor of Systematic Theology and Philosophy, Reformed Theological Seminary, Florida
Details for Should you Believe in God?
|Author / Artist||K. Scott Oliphint|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||P & R Publishing (September 2013)|
|Number of Pages||25|
|Page last updated||15th June 2016|