Blog Posts by Scott Oliphint

After Outrage, What?: From Outrage to Outreach

Article by   July 2015
Recent effects of despotic decisions by the Supreme Court have properly produced outrage. But outrage can subside, and it can become all too easy for us to slide back to our everyday routines. In the midst of our outrage, then,... continue

Going Down? Dawkins, Doubters and Debauchery

Article by   March 2012
Editors' note: A summary of the incident referred to by Dr. Oliphint can be found here.Richard Dawkins, who is arguably the (non-existent) god of all things atheist, recently found himself on the wrong end of a verbal baseball bat. The... continue

A Culpable Case of Amnesia

Article by   March 2012
Sanctify Christ as Lord in your hearts, always being ready to make a defense to everyone who asks you to give an account for the hope that is in you, yet with gentleness and reverence (1 Peter 3:15).We have been... continue

Choosing to Walk in a Fog

Article by   February 2012
There are a multitude of ways that one can defend the Christian faith. My last post was meant to highlight one way, a way that has enormous cultural, political, and social implications. It has those implications because it is fundamentally... continue


Article by   February 2012
A non-Christian friend of mine recently returned from a trip overseas. When I asked him how his trip was, he looked me in the eye and, with finger pointing and shaking in my face, steadfastly declared to me, "There is... continue

Fast and Furious Fulmination

Article by   January 2012
Apologetics is a defense of the Christian faith; the word "apologetics" comes from a Greek word that means defense. In my last article, I mentioned that apologetics has been concerned, perhaps overly or exclusively so, to answer philosophical challenges with... continue

Always Ready

Article by   January 2012
Editor's Note: We are excited to welcome Dr. K. Scott Oliphint to the reformation21 blog. Dr. Oliphint is the professor of apologetics and systematic theology at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. He is the author of numerous books, including his... continue
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