Dr. Ligon Duncan recommends Reforming Apologetics by Dr. John V. Fesko. Reforming Apologetics is a treatment of apologetics from the perspective of historic Protestant and Reformed orthodoxy.

Hello, I’m Ligon Duncan, and this is RTS Book Notes. Today, I want to tell you about a book by Dr. John Fesko. It’s called Reforming Apologetics, and it’s published by Baker Academic Press. Dr. Fesko is a professor of systematic theology at Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, and in this volume, he’s mixing it up just a little bit with Van Til and Dooyeweerd. Dr. Fesko thinks that we need to retrieve the resources of the early Reformers and Protestant orthodoxy to understand rightly how to defend the faith as reformed Christians. And he sets forth that case in this volume. So, those of you who are interested in theology and apologetics, or maybe presuppositional apologetics, will be interested to read this particular volume. Thanks so much for listening to RTS Book Notes.


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