A few things I want to mention this morning:
Here is a short video of Dr. Scott Oliphint describing his new book, and the use of the term “Covenantal” Apologetics as opposed to “Presuppositional” apologetics. I personally like the term “covenantal apologetics” because of the theological implications. Lord willing, in about month I begin reviewing Dr. Oliphint’s new book. Oh, I guess I should mention the book itself: due out July 2013 is Covenantal Apologetics: Principles and Practice in Defense of Our Faith (Crossway).
After you watch the above video, check out How to Answer the Fool: a Presuppositional Defense of the Faith (due out in May) which features our friend Sye Ten Bruggencate. Need to insert “covenantal” in that title. 🙂
Bill McKeever and Aaron Shafovaloff (of Mormonism Research Ministry) have been responding to the video with Richard Mouw and Robert Millet at Eerdmans: Part 1 Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, and Part 5.