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Little Book For New Philosophers
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Paul Copan introduces the nature and challenge of philosophy to beginning students. What is the relevance of philosophy to Christian faith and theology? What kinds of questions do philosophers pursue? And what intellectual virtues are required and gained in the pursuit of philosophy for the cause of Christ?
Relativism : Feet Firmly Planted In Mid Air (Reprinted)
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Many Christians are concerned about the tide of moral relativism that is rising steadily in our country. And rightly so: Relativism affects our education system, the legal system, and how people think about everyday issues. Yet little has been written on the topic outside academic circles.
This void is filled by Frank Beckwith and Greg Koukl, who analyze relativism and present strategies to defend the belief in moral absolutes. Using a commonsense approach, Koukl defines relativism, traces its growth over the past few decades, and critiques the logical inconsistencies to which its supporters are led. He then presents a case for moral objectivism. Beckwith, building on Koukl’s foundation, evaluates the influence of relativism on issues including abortion, homosexuality, political correctness, multiculturalism, and tolerance. In each of these areas, he provides compelling arguments for thinking people.
Following in the tradition of C. S. Lewis and Francis Schaeffer, Relativism is an important guide for those who are concerned about intellectual issues that challenge the Christian faith.
God Who Is There (Anniversary)
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When first published, this classic changed the way the church viewed the world. Now this updated edition features a new introduction by James Sire that places Schaeffer’s seminal work in the context of the 21st century. It’s a bold, enduring apologetic that offers a Christian engagement with history, philosophy, art, culture, ethics, and more.
In Defense Of Miracles
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Fourteen expert philosophers, theologians, and apologists refute every objection ever raised to the validity of miracles—from David Hume’s landmark 1748 Essay on Miracles to Antony Flew’s current arguments. You’ll get careful, comprehensive insight into fulfilled prophecy, the virgin birth and incarnation of Christ, the empty tomb and post-resurrection appearances, and more.