A Faithful Guide to Philosophy: A Christian Introduction to by Peter S Williams

By Peter S Williams

A massive new creation to Philosophy from a Christian point of view. a devoted consultant to Philosophy is the one British Christian advent to Philosophy, a e-book that might be used as a path textbook and by means of church learn teams and person readers alike. It covers topics of relevant value 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 life of the human soul and of unfastened will, etc - from a philosophical point of view. this can be the broadest diversity of issues coated by means of any Christian creation to Philosophy and may be prized by way of many.

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Religious Experience Part III: The Philosophy of Mind 11. The Mind–Body Problem 12. The Mind and Its Creator 13. Freedom and Responsibility Part IV: Broadening Our Horizons 14. Aesthetics I: Objective Beauty 15. Aesthetics II: Beauty and Divinity 16. Science and Theology 17. The Problem of Evil Recommended Resources Endnotes Introduction A Faithful Guide to Philosophy The pursuit of wisdom especially joins man to God in friendship. Thomas Aquinas1 This book offers ‘a faithful guide to philosophy’ both in the sense that I seek to represent my subject accurately2 and that I write as a philosopher who follows Jesus of Nazareth.

36 Question: Jesus said, ‘I am the way and the truth and the life’ (John 14:6, my italics). How does this claim relate to the two senses of ‘truth’ distinguished by Aquinas? 3 What Is Knowledge? 37 God warns, ‘my people are destroyed from lack of knowledge’ (Hosea 4:6), but what is knowledge? ’ That’s not ‘justified’ in the theological sense, but in the sense of being backed up by reason or evidence, or by some rationally appropriate (or at least not inappropriate) method of belief-formation. ’38 However, while philosophers agree about the ‘true belief’ bit (you can’t know something you don’t believe, and you can’t know what isn’t so), they disagree about the ‘justified/warranted’ bit.

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