Should You Believe in God? (Christian Answers to Hard Questions)
Oliphint, K. Scott
“Should You Believe in God? by Scott Oliphint is a very capable and winsome statement of Christian theism. I commend it to you.”See All
Senior Minister, Christ Church, Moscow, ID
“When I first read Van Til’s pamphlet Why I Believe in God as a college student, it turned my world upside down. It was unlike any philosophical discussion of God that I had ever seen. Scott Oliphint’s Should You Believe in God? is a kind of updated version of Van Til’s pamphlet. Oliphint refers to more recent writers and philosophical controversies. But like Van Til’s work, it proposes answers to those issues that move far beyond the answers that are usually considered respectable.”See All
John M. Frame
Professor of Systematic Theology and Philosophy, Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando
As society increasingly demonstrates a disbelief in God, what happens when that viewpoint is questioned? In a conversational style, Oliphint discusses why belief is a preferable and more coherent position than unbelief and answers objections to common questions about Christianity.