By Peter S Williams
An immense new creation to Philosophy from a Christian standpoint. a loyal consultant to Philosophy is the one British Christian creation to Philosophy, a e-book that would be used as a direction textbook and through church research teams and person readers alike. It covers matters of crucial significance to the Christian worldview - the connection among religion and cause, the target fact or fact, goodness and sweetness, the life and nature of God, the lifestyles of the human soul and of unfastened will, and so forth - from a philosophical standpoint. this is often the broadest diversity of themes lined via any Christian advent to Philosophy and may be prized by means of many.
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64 Hence, after introducing the ground rules of logic in the next two chapters, much of this book is dedicated to examining various arguments for (and against) belief in God. For as John Wesley65 said in his ‘Address to the Clergy’: Some knowledge of the sciences also, is, to say the least . . expedient. Nay, may we not say, that the knowledge of one . . is even necessary next, and in order to, the knowledge of the Scripture itself? I mean logic. For what is this, if rightly understood, but the art of good sense, of apprehending things clearly, judging truly, and reasoning conclusively?
Romans 12:1–2; 15:14; Philippians 1:9; 2 Peter 1:3–8). Philosopher David A. 4 This book ‘was the most influential logic text of its time, the standard one used at Oxford, Cambridge, Harvard and Yale universities. ’5 Horner invites his audience to describe the book’s author: Typical answers include: he was very smart; he was analytical; he was boring . . a philosopher, a logician. No one has suggested that the author was likely a pastor, a theologian or a devotional writer. Or a writer of hymns.
42 So, while the precise nature of knowledge is itself one of those significant things about which philosophers want to know the truth, this isn’t a barrier to the process of philosophy. The glass of human understanding isn’t full, but nor is it empty. We can understand even though we cannot comprehend. In theological terms, while we are created in the ‘image’ of an omniscient God (Genesis 1:26) only ‘a little lower than the angels’ (Hebrews 2:7), we should nevertheless think of ourselves ‘with sober judgment’ (Romans 12:3) because ‘now we see through a glass, darkly’ (1 Corinthians 13:12 AV).
A Faithful Guide to Philosophy: A Christian Introduction to the Love of Wisdom by Peter S Williams