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DeWeese begins with a discussion of wisdom from Old and New Testaments before addressing misunderstood relation between faith and reason. DeWeese elucidates the fundamental questions of metaphysics, epistemology, ethics and aesthetics, philosophy of mind and philosophy of science.
Holmes addresses the questions: What is good? What is right? How can we know? He surveys a variety of approaches to ethics, including cultural relativism, emotivism, ethical egoism and utilitarianism--all with an acknowledgment of the new postmodern environment.
In Philosophical Foundations for a Christian Worldview J.P. Moreland and W. L. Craig offer an introduction to philosophy from a Christian perspective. Philosophy, they contend, aids Christians in the tasks of apologetics, polemics and systematic theology. It reflects our having been made in the image of God.
Glen H. Stassen and David P. Gushee join profound ethical reflection with faith in Jesus Christ, a life of discipleship and the hope of the present and coming kingdom of God. Stassen and Gushee shed light on the whole of biblical ethical teaching as it relates to a wide range of issues.
God and the Philosphers offers series of essays by religious philosophers, revealing power of belief in intellectually rigorous lives and work. We read conversions from unbelief, struggles with doubts raised by presence of evil in the world, and changing convictions shaped by constant questioning and communing with God.