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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 1, 2003

    An Excellent Overview of Philosophical Inquiry

    Moreland and Craig are two of the finest minds in modern Christian Apologetics, and bring to bear the full force of their considerable intellectual skills, honed through years of scholarly and academic works, numerous debates with some of the leading atheistic thinkers of our day, and a plenary of books, articles, and papers. The result is a work that is insightful, crisp, and amazingly readable for a philosophy text--the careful reader will be able to understand the principles set forth here whether or not they have had any formal training in philosophy beforehand. The book does not read like a textbook for the most part, but the subject matter is clearly not for the casual reader. I wholeheartedly recommend this book to anyone looking to understand more about how to think and respond to the ideas set before us in an increasingly postmodern culture.

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  • Posted December 12, 2009

    Awesome book

    Great thorough, and balanced treatment of the major philosophical issues a Christian should know in order to cultivate the life of the mind. Also a good general philosophy book for unbelievers. The section on philosophy of science is very good, as is characteristic of J.P. Moreland and William Lane Craig's work. Do yourself a favor and buy several and give them to the people you care about.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 23, 2006

    Where's the founder?

    I found this book to be very disappointing because how in the world can you dicuss a 'Christian Worldview' while barely mentioning its founder! The index in the back of the book tells it all! There are plenty of citations for Aristotle, Aquinas, Plato, etc., but not a single one for Jesus Christ! Can you imagine someone writing a book concerning the 'Muslim Worldview' without mentioning Mohammed? The authors neglected the most vital personage and thus the book fails to deliver.

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