The Reformation of Apologetics (Reformed Forum Conference 2017)

October 20, 2017

by Scott Oliphint & Lane Tipton

Drs. K. Scott Oliphint and Lane Tipton joined Camden Bucey, Jim Cassidy, Glen Clary, and Jeff Waddington at Hope OPC in Grayslake, Illinois for the 2017 Reformed Forum Conference. Dr. Oliphint spoke on the threat of Thomistic thought to Reformed apologetics, while Dr. Tipton discussed evidential apologetics in light of Acts 17. You can find additional talks from the conference, as well as many other great resources, at Reformed Forum.

The Problem of Thomistic Foundations for Apologetics 

Covenantal, not Classical 

Revelation, Reason, and Evidence in Acts 17:30–31

Scott Oliphint

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

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