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Medieval Philosophy: The Epistemology of Henry of Ghent By M. James Ziccardi
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Henry of Ghent is commonly regarded as one the three most important scholastic philosophers of the latter part of the Middle Ages. Wedged neatly between the teachings of Thomas Aquinas and John... More > Duns Scotus, Henry’s philosophy encompassed a wide range of topics, including epistemology, ethics, and the natural sciences, all of which he closely tied to the Christian theology of his day. In this book we examine Henry’s ideas on epistemology, all of which are put forward in Article 1 of his Summa of Ordinary Questions, entitled On the Possibility of Human Knowledge.< Less
A View of the Evidences of Christianity By William Paley
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The classic Christian apologetics book. This is undoubtably the finest apologetics work of the era, and perhaps of all time. It remained compulsory reading for any applicant to Cambridge University... More > right up to the 20th century. The work primarily investigates the historical evidences for Christianity in miracles and includes one of the best refutations of Hume's arguments ever written. Still highly readable and an absolute joy. Any serious student of the Bible should never be without this volume.< Less
Christian Worldview vs. Postmodernism By Dave Armstrong
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Examination and rational comparison of the Christian and postmodernist philosophies, with in-depth treatment of such important topics as the problem of evil, the "problem of good" and... More > meaningfulness in atheism, miracles, the relationship of Christianity to science and scientific method, atheist unproven axioms and premises, and the cosmological and teleological arguments for God's existence.< Less
Christian Worldview vs. Postmodernism By Dave Armstrong
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Examination and rational comparison of the Christian and postmodernist philosophies, with in-depth treatment of such important topics as the problem of evil, the "problem of good" and... More > meaningfulness in atheism, miracles, the relationship of Christianity to science and scientific method, atheist unproven axioms and premises, and the cosmological and teleological arguments for God's existence.< Less
Christian Worldview Vs. Postmodernism By Dave Armstrong
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Examination and rational comparison of the Christian and postmodernist philosophies, with in-depth treatment of such important topics as the problem of evil, the "problem of good" and... More > meaningfulness in atheism, miracles, the relationship of Christianity to science and scientific method, atheist unproven axioms and premises, and the cosmological and teleological arguments for God's existence.< Less
The Logosophism of Christianity (Written in Early Aramaic) By Daniel Deleanu
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Written by Daniel Deleanu in the oldest form of Aramaic hitherto known, the proto-language that lies at the foundation of the idiom spoken by Jesus, these philosophical texts use the archaic elements... More > of Aramaic in order to create a deeper form of investigation, called logosophism, a heuristic system whose main epistemological and ontological goal is to descend to the primeval matrix of the unconscious Logos in order to bring to light answers to questions which philosophers of religion have asked for a long time.< Less
Short Handbook of Atheistic Apologetics By Francois Tremblay
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A short handbook, made for all atheists at a low price. Includes handy refutations of more than 20 Christian arguments, a discussion of the Problem of Evil, and arguments for stong-atheism.
Short Handbook of Atheistic Apologetics By Francois Tremblay
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A short handbook, made for all atheists at a low price. Includes handy refutations of more than 20 Christian arguments, a discussion of the Problem of Evil, and arguments for stong-atheism.
Book 2 Philosophy PB By Kurt Jurgensmeier
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What is God’s purpose for human reason? About 2000 years ago, the crucifier of the truth, asked Jesus, “What is truth”? (John 18:38). Such questions are fundamental to human life... More > and make up the field of epistemology. It reminds us that there is a human being between us and God. Epistemology has been a hot topic in Christian theology because of how our postmodern culture has questioned the very foundations of knowledge and truth. It is also an important part of a systematic theology as it is helpful to understand how we know what is true, before deciding what is true. This is why Calvin began his Institutes discussing the knowledge of our self, before the knowledge of God. Thomas Oden has said, “No study of God is complete without dealing with the limits and resources of human reasoning in God's presence.” While many modern Christian philosophers are neglecting the God-given place of human reason in the process of divine revelation, we defend it here, and offer several critiques of popular views.< Less
Book 2 Philosophy HC By Kurt Jurgensmeier
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What is God’s purpose for human reason? About 2000 years ago, the crucifier of the truth, asked Jesus, “What is truth”? (John 18:38). Such questions are fundamental to human life... More > and make up the field of epistemology. It reminds us that there is a human being between us and God. Epistemology has been a hot topic in Christian theology because of how our postmodern culture has questioned the very foundations of knowledge and truth. It is also an important part of a systematic theology as it is helpful to understand how we know what is true, before deciding what is true. This is why Calvin began his Institutes discussing the knowledge of our self, before the knowledge of God. Thomas Oden has said, “No study of God is complete without dealing with the limits and resources of human reasoning in God's presence.” While many modern Christian philosophers are neglecting the God-given place of human reason in the process of divine revelation, we defend it here, and offer several critiques of popular views.< Less