Challenging the dominant Van Tillian approach in Reformed apologetics, this book by a leading expert in contemporary Reformed theology sets forth the principles that undergird a classic Reformed approach. J. V. Fesko’s detailed exegetical, theological, and historical argument takes as its starting point the classical Reformed understanding of the “two books” of God’s revelation: nature and Scripture. Believers should always rest on the authority of Scripture but also can and should appeal to the book of nature in the apologetic task.
1. The Light of Nature
2. Common Notions
4. Thomas Aquinas
6. Transcendental Arguments
8. The Book of Nature and Apologetics
J. V. Fesko (PhD, University of Aberdeen) is academic dean and professor of systematic and historical theology at Westminster Seminary California. A minister in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church, he served in church planting and pastoral ministry for more.
|Dimensions||229 × 152 × 17 mm|
Baker Academic (2019), 272 pages