Articles and Publications


Selected Works of K. Scott Oliphint

 

Publications

____. God With Us. Wheaton: Crossway Books, 2011.
Edgar, William & K. Scott Oliphint, eds. Christian Apologetics Past & Present, vol. 1.  Wheaton: Crossway Books,
   2009.
Van Til, Cornelius and K. Scott Oliphint, editors. The Defense of the Faith. 4th Edition. Phillipsburg: Presbyterian and
   Reformed Publishing Company, 2008.
———, and Rod S. Mays. Things That Cannot Be Shaken: Holding Fast to Your Faith in a Relativistic World.
     Wheaton: Crossway Books, 2008.
_____ and Lane G. Tipton, eds. Revelation and Reason: New Essays in Reformed Apologetics. Phillipsburg:
     Presbyterian & Reformed, 2007.

_____. Justified in Christ: God’s plan for us in Justification Fearn: Mentor, Christian Focus Publications, 2007.

_____. Reasons for Faith: Philosophy in the Service of Theology, Phillipsburg: Presbyterian & Reformed, 2006.

     Ferguson, Sinclair and K. Scott Oliphint. If I Should Die Before I Wake. Fearn: Christian Focus, 2004
     (republication).

———.The Battle Belongs to the Lord: The power of scipture for defending our faith. Phillipsburg: P & R
     Publishing, 2003.

 

Articles

_____. "Is There a Reformed Objection to Natural Theology?: A Review Article," Westminster Theological
     Journal.
74, no. 1 (2012):169-204.
_____. "Using Reason by Faith," (Full Text Available) Westminster Theological Journal, 73 no 1 Spr 2011, p 97-112
_____. “Bavinckā€Ÿs Realism, the Logos Principle and Sola Scriptura,” (Full Text Available) Westminster
     Theological Journal
. 72:2 (2010).
———."Van Til the Evangelist," Ordained Servant  17 (October 2008): 54-59.
    
http://www.opc.org/os.html?article_id=118.
_____. "Incarnation and Open Theism," New Horizons, 28:1 (Jan. 2007): 10-11.
_____. Da Vinci Code or Divine Christ: Who Do You Trust? The Truth About DaVinci.com. Accessed January 28,
     2011, http://www.thetruthaboutdavinci.com/da-vinci-code-or-divine-christ-who-do-you-trust.html.

_____. "Something Much Too Plain To Say," Westminster Theological Journal, 68:2 (Fall 2006): 187-202.

_____. "Reclaiming the Center: Confronting Evangelical Accomodation in Postmodern Times. Reformation 21
     (November 2005).
Accessed January 28, 2011, http://www.reformation21.org/shelf-life/reclaiming-the-center-
     confronting-evangelical-accommodation-in-postmodern-times-1.php 
_____."A Clear and Distinct Idea of God," Reformation 21.
_____."Most Moved Mediator," Themelios 30:1 (Autumn 2004): 39–51.
 
_____. “Epistemology and Christian Belief,” Full Text Available Westminster Theological Journal, 63:1 (Fall 2001):
     151-182.
 
_____. "Plantinga on Warrant," (Full Text Available) Westminster Theological Journal 57, no. 1 (1995): 81-102.
_____. "Jonathan Edwards: Reformed Apologist," (Full Text Available). Westminster Theological Journal, 57 no 1
     (Spr 1995), p 165-186.
_____. "Rational Faith: Catholic Responses to Reformed Epistemology" Westminster Theological Journal, 57 no
     1 Spr 1995, p 241-244.
_____. "The consistency of Van Til's methodology," (Full Text Available). Westminster Theological Journal, 52 no 1
     (Spr 1990), p 27-49.
———. "Jerusalem and Athens revisited," Westminster Theological Journal, 49 no 1 (Spr 1987), p 65-90.

Contributor

———."Reasons For Faith," Science and Faith: Friends or Foes?,  42-60. Discovery Institute, 2010.
———."Cornelius Van Til," "Presuppositional Apologetics." In Encyclopedia of Christian Civilization. Wiley & Blackwell,
     2009.

———. "The Prolegomena Principle: Frame and Bavinck." In Speaking the Truth in Love: The Theology of John
   Frame, edited by John J. Hughes, 201-232.  Phillipsburg: P & R Publishing, 2009.
———."A Primal and Simple Knowledge." In A Theological Guide to Calvin's Institutes: Essays and Analysis,
   edited by David Hall and Peter A. Lillback, 16-33. Philipsburg: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company,
   2008.
———."Presuppositional Apologetics." In Encyclopedia of Christian Civilization. Wiley & Blackwell, 2009.
———."The Reformed World View." In A Christian Worldview: Essays from a Reformed Perspective, edited by N. C.
   Willborn. Taylors: Presbyterian Press, 2008.
———.“Something Much Too Plain to Say.” In Resurrection and Eschatology: Theology in Service of the
   Church: Essays in Honor of Richard B. Gaffin, Jr., edited by Lane G. Tipton and Jeffrey C. Waddington,
   361-382. Phillipsburg: Presbyterian and Reformed, 2008.
 
_____. "A Primal and Simple Knowledge (1:1-5)," in Theological Guide to Calvin's Institutes, edited by Peter A. Lillback
     and David Hall, 16-43. Phillipsburg: Presbyterian and Reformed, 2008.
_____. "Cornelius Van Til and the Reformation of Christian Apologetics," "The Irrationality of Unbelief: An Exegetical
     Study, " "The Old New Reformed Epistemology," "Appendix: Introduction" in Revelation and Reason: New Essays
     in Reformed Apologetics
. edited by K. Scott Oliphint and Lane G. Tipton, 1, 12, 59-73, 207-219, 279-304.
     Phillipsburg: Presbyterian & Reformed, 2007.

 _____.“Covenant Faith” Justified in Christ: God’s plan for us in Justification. edited by K. Scott Oliphint, 153-173. 
     Fearn: Mentor, Christian Focus Publications, 2007. 

_____.“The Principle of Causality” New Dictionary of Christian Apologetics. edited by Gavin McGrath, W.C.
     Campbell-Jakc and C. Stephen Evans, 136-138. Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press 2006. 

_____. "Jonathan Edwards on Apologetics: Reason and the Noetic Effects of Sin," in The Legacy of Jonathan
     Edwards: American Religion and the Evangelical Tradition,
edited by D.G. Hart, Sean Michael Lucas, and Stephen
     Nichols, 131-146. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2003.
———."Non Sola Ratione: Three Presbyterians and the Postmodern Mind." In The Practical Calvanist: An Introduction
     to the Presbyterian and Reformed Heritage, in Honor of D. Clair Davis,
edited by Peter A. Lillback, 373-388. Fearn:
     Mentor Christian Focus Publications, 2002.
_____. "Non Sola Ratione: Three Presbyterian s and The Postmodern Mind," in The Practical Calvinist, edited by Peter
     A. Lillback, 373-388. Fearn: Christian Focus Publications, 2002.
_____. "Cornelius van Til and the reformation of Christian Apologetics," in Die Idee van Reformasie: Gister en Vandag/
     The Idea of Reform: Yesterday and Today,
119-154. Potchefstroom, S.A.: Potchefstroomse Universiteit vir
     Christelike Hoer Onderwys, 1991.

 

Reviews

_____. Review of Truth and the New Kind of Christian: The Emerging Effects of Postmodernism in the Church, by R.
     Scott Smith. New Horizons, 27:4 (April 2006), 22-23

_____. Review of John Calvin's Ideas, Westminster Theological Journal, 68 no 1 (Spr 2006), p. 155-161. 

_____. Review of Reclaiming the Center: Confronting Evangelical Accommodation in Postmodern Times.
     Westminster Theological Journal, 67 no 1 (Spr 2005), p 200-206.
_____. Review of Divine Hiddenness: New Essays, Westminster Theological Journal, 65 no 1 (Spr 2003), p.
     157-161.
_____. Review of A Free Church, a Holy Nation: Abraham Kuyper's American Public Theology, Westminster
     Theological Journal, 63 no 2 (Fall 2001), p. 435-439.
_____. Review of God, Time and Eternity: the Coherence of Theism II: Eternity, Westminster Theological
     Journal
, 63 no 2 (Fall 2001), p 439-445
_____. Review of The Noetic Effects of Sin: An Historical and Contemporary Exploration of How Sin Effects our
     Thinking
, by Stephen K. Moroney.  Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 1999.  Westminster Theological Journal,
63:1
     (Spring 2001): 199-203.

_____. “Epistemology and Christian Belief.” Review essay on Warranted Christian Belief by Alvin Plantinga.
     Westminster Theological Journal, 63:1 (Spring 2001): 151-182.
_____. Review of Thomas Aquinas: An Evangelical Appraisal Westminster Theological Journal, 54 no 2 (Fall
     1992), p. 385-388.
———. Review of After Fundamentalism: The Future of Evangelical Theology, Westminster Theological
     Journal, 47 no 1 (Spr 1985), p. 122-125.
———. Review of Both - And: A Balanced Approach, Westminster Theological Journal, 47 no 2 (Fall 1985), p.
     354-357.