By B. A. Bosserman,K. Scott Oliphint
"With the pathway now clearer as a result of Bosserman's paintings, these people who search to persist with in Van Til's line can greater realize its course, in addition to its barriers. there'll be extra brush to transparent alongside the way in which . . . however the Trinitarian path, mapped out via Van Til, has now been largely trod. Its finish has now not been reached and we probably want to steer clear of it in areas to be able to mark off a greater sidepath, yet knowledge issues to the path Bosserman has blazed because the most sensible position to begin."
--from the foreword by way of ok. Scott Oliphint
"I am thrilled that Brant Bosserman has endured the dialogue over Cornelius Van Til and his view of theological paradox. Bosserman's research of those concerns is easily necessary of booklet and plenty of readers will locate it necessary. As Bosserman in actual fact shows, those concerns are heavily with regards to the Bible's educating approximately God's Trinitarian life, and his concept approximately that might give a contribution considerably to the continuing discussion."
--John body, Professor of Systematic Theology and Philosophy, Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando, FL
"Bosserman deals a profound dialogue of the principal issue--why the single actual God has to be 3 and purely 3 individuals. He additionally provides to Van Til's theology of paradox, displaying intimately how ironically comparable truths jointly presuppose each other. Bosserman's paintings joins the record of must-reads for a brand new iteration of Reformed apologists."
--Ralph Allan Smith, pastor, Mitaka Evangelical Church, Tokyo, Japan
"The Trinity and the Vindication of Christian Paradox is bold in its scope, intensity, and creativity. it's the first book-length exposition of Van Til's apologetic to provide a number one function to his realizing of theological paradox, instead of treating it (as many different Van Tilians have performed) as purely a aiding actor or a dispensable additional. furthermore, Bosserman's improvement of Van Til's declare (that the ontological Trinity uniquely solves the traditional challenge of the only and the various) strikes the dialogue ahead in major respects."
--James N. Anderson, affiliate Professor of Theology and Philosophy, Reformed Theological Seminary, Charlotte, NC
Brant Bosserman (PhD, Bangor) is an accessory professor of philosophy at Northwest collage, an ordained minister within the Presbyterian Church in the USA, and the church planting pastor of Trinitas Presbyterian Church.