Has Anyone Read Either Of These Two Books?

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RamistThomist

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The first one takes a classical approach to apologetics. The second one takes a presuppositional approach. Oliphant is pretty good, although I haven't read that book.
 

Bryan

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I will definitly get the one by Oliphant, I think I'll hold off one the one by Lindsely until the next time I order books since two books jsut arrived at my house today that I need to read.

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Bryan

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I just finished reading "The Battle Belongs to the Lord: The Power of Scripture for Defending Our Faith by K. Scott Oliphint". It is a wonderful book. Puts down the scriptural basis for presuppositional apologetics very well. I wish it would have been the first book I read on apologetics becasue it serves as an awesome introduction as to why apologetics are done. Definitly will be recommending it to people becomming interested in apologetics.

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