The apologetics of C S Lewis: A Reformed theological reflection:
In this, the first part of a two part study in which the validity of C S Lewis's
apologetics is evaluated from a Reformed perspective, the author considers
various theological and philosophical criticisms that have been raised
against the discipline of apologetics as such, and concludes that
apologetics cannot be declared illegitimate in principle. Using insights
gained from this discussion, he then goes on 10 delineate certain theological
and philosophical prerequisites for any legitimately Reformed
apologetic enterprise, and to develop a model for apologetics that can be
shown to correspond 10 these prerequisites.
Continued 2001 as 'Verbum et Ecclesia'
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