By William D. Dennison,James Douglas Baird,Lane G. Tipton,Mark A. Garcia
In the tip, Dennison reveals that Reformed apologetics needs to take eschatology heavily. in response to the hot testomony, the believer has been transferred through religion in Christ into the ultimate degree of historical past. As a citizen of heaven, the Christian apologist needs to shield the eschaton of the age to come back opposed to the satanic assaults of this current world.
For the cover:
"This excellent selection of apologetic essays will motivate religion in Christ while it sharpens the mind."
--Douglas A. Sweeney, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
"Dennison's remedy is through flip strong, convicting, and cumulatively overwhelming in its analysis."
--Derek W. H. Thomas, Reformed Theological Seminary, Atlanta
"For someone drawn to faithfully and continually bringing the highbrow problem of the Gospel to our day, this e-book is for you."
--Stephen J. Wellum, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
"This stimulating selection of essays offers a powerful rationalization and security of Van Til's apologetic for the twenty-first century."
--Joel R. Beeke, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary
"Nobody can absolutely have fun with the dialogue of presuppositional apologetics during the last century with out taking Dennison's process into account."
--John M. body, Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando
"Bill advances the dialogue on all fronts, deftly synthesizing apologetics and eschatology extra ably than the other practitioner I know."
--Alan D. unusual, Mid-America Reformed Seminary
For within book:
"The impact of Geerhardus Vos and Cornelius Van Til stands like a colossus within the tale of the advance of reformed theology within the twentieth century. For me their contribution was once defining. They figured highly in my very own schooling at seminary and past right into a life of ministry. Dr. Dennison is familiar with their value and his encyclopedic wisdom of his topic makes him a yes advisor to their concept and its value for the realm and the church."
--Dr. Liam Goligher, Senior Minister, 10th Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
"Undoubtedly In security of the Eschaton is a useful compilation of Dr. Dennison's Biblically trustworthy and insightful efforts in safety of the religion. With each expectation of our Lord's blessing I commend to the reader the paintings of Dr. Dennison that's produced with scholarly excellence, theological integrity and highlights subject matters that might doubtless develop Biblical theology united with presuppositional apologetics."
--Harry L. Reeder, Senior Pastor, Briarwood Presbyterian Church, Birmingham, Alabama
William D. Dennison (MDiv, ThM, Westminster Theological Seminary; PhD, Michigan nation collage) is Professor of Interdisciplinary reviews at Covenant university and traveling Professor of Apologetics and Systematic Theology at Northwest Theological Seminary. he's the writer of Paul's Two-Age building and Apologetics (Wipf and inventory, 2000), A Christian method of Interdisciplinary Studies (Wipf and inventory, 2007), The younger Bultmann (Peter Lang, 2008), and Karl Marx (P&R, forthcoming).
James Douglas Baird (BA, Covenant collage) is content material Strategist at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. He used to be the founding Head Editor of the web philosophy magazine, Mountaintop Thoughts, and is a contributor to Reformed Forum.
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