"Reason for the Hope Within" edited by Michael J. Murray

Friday, 22 Jun 2007

Christian philosophers and theologians need each other. Christian philosophers who are poorly versed in biblically based systematic theology tend to reinvent old Christian heresies. Christian theologians who lack philosophical training often present the faith's great truths less clearly and cogently than they should. Vigorous orthodoxy benefits when the line between philosophy and theology is blurred. This book contends that seminary apologetics courses would profit from incorporating more contemporary Christian philosophy. The past thirty years have seen a remarkable recrudescence of Christian philosophy, much of it touching the questions of traditional apologetics. Yet it is done at ...

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