Gauch’s “Gotchas”: Protestant Principia and the Problem with Public Presuppositions

April 04, 2016

by Scott Oliphint

In a recent Philosophia Christi article, Hugh G. Gauch, Jr., critiqued Dr. Oliphint’s book Covenantal Apologetics, saying that public presuppositions “suffice to defend major tenets of Christianity, including Jesus’s resurrection.” Read Dr. Oliphint’s response to Gauch’s “gotchas” here.

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Scott Oliphint

Dr. Oliphint (PhD, Westminster) is professor of apologetics and systematic theology at WTS.

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