By Craig G. Bartholomew,Michael W. Goheen
After exploring the interplay between Scripture, worldview, theology, and philosophy, the authors inform the tale of philosophy from historical Greece via postmodern occasions, positioning the philosophers of their historic contexts and offering Christian critique alongside the way in which. The authors emphasize the Reformed philosophical culture with out neglecting different old trajectories and convey how philosophical concept pertains to modern life.
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