A popular objection to the covenantal apologetic is the claim that it lacks positive arguments or otherwise falls short of providing a positive apologetic. There are at least three responses to this criticism.
1. The distinction between a negative and positive apologetic and how the distinction is made is largely attached to apologetic method. Assuming definitions and a distinction that covenantal apologetics by their very nature do not share and then raising an objection to covenantal apologetics based upon the unshared categories of an alternative method is roughly equivalent to critiquing covenantal apologetics because they are covenantal apologetics and not …Read more