Loving God with Your Mind: Essays in Honor of J. P. Moreland

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Over the past twenty-five years, no one has done more than J. P. Moreland to equip Christians to love God with their minds. In his work as a Christian philosopher, scholar, and apologist, he has influenced thousands of students, written groundbreaking books, and taught multitudes of Christians to defend their faith. 

In honor of Moreland's ministry, general editors Paul M. Gould and Richard Brian Davis have assembled a team of friends and colleagues to celebrate his work. ...

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Overview

Over the past twenty-five years, no one has done more than J. P. Moreland to equip Christians to love God with their minds. In his work as a Christian philosopher, scholar, and apologist, he has influenced thousands of students, written groundbreaking books, and taught multitudes of Christians to defend their faith. 

In honor of Moreland's ministry, general editors Paul M. Gould and Richard Brian Davis have assembled a team of friends and colleagues to celebrate his work. In three major parts devoted to philosophy, apologetics, and spiritual formation, scholars such as Stewart Goetz, Paul Copan, Douglas Groothuis, Scott Rae, and Klaus Issler interact with Moreland's thought and make their own contributions to these important subjects. Moreland concludes the volume with his own essay, "Reflections on the Journey Ahead."

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780802410399
  • Publisher: Moody Publishers
  • Publication date: 1/1/2014
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 272
  • Sales rank: 989,049
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.70 (d)

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PAUL GOULD is married to Ethel and has four wonderful kids-Austin, Madeleine, Travis, and Joshua. Paul has a Masters in Philosophy of Religion and Ethics from Talbot School of Theology and a Ph.D. in Philosophy from Purdue University. He works on the Executive Team of a Christian ministry to university Professors called Faculty Commons. He is also an adjunct professor teaching the History of Ideas a the College of Southeastern, the undergraduate college of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, North Carolina.

DR. DAVIS is associate professor and chair of the Philosophy department. He specializes in metaphysics and ontology, focusing on questions concerning individuation, substance, relations, modality, and constituent ontology. He also has interests in epistemology, philosophy of science, and philosophical theology.

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Table of Contents

Introduction A Life Fully Devoted To Christ for the Sake of the World

Paul M. Gould and Richard Brian Davis

Part One The Building Blocks of the World

1. On what There Is: Theism, Platonism, and Explanation

Paul M. Gould and Stan Wallace

2. The Battle of the gods: The Triumph of Platonism

Robert Garcia

3. Individuation & Incarnation

Timothy Pickavance

4. The Ghost in the Machine: Embodied Souls

Stewart Goetz

5. Is Man the Measure? Truth and Postmodernism in Perspective

R. Scott Smith

Part Two Thinking for Christ in the World

6. Christianity as a Knowledge Tradition

Doug Groothuis

7. "Since What May Be Known About God is Plain to Them": J. P. Moreland's Natural Theology

Paul CopA

8. What Place, then, for Rational Apologetics?

Richard Brian Davis and W. Paul Franks

9. Science, Theology, and Intelligent Design: Interdisciplinary Epistemic Virtues

Mike Keas

10. "Not Willing That Any Should Perish": An Apologetic for Pro-Life Activism

Scott B. Rae

Part Three Living for Christ in the World

11. In the World: Self-disclosure as Cultural Apologetics

Tim Muehlhoff

12. Jesus, The Paradigmatic Exemplar in Gethsemane: An Effective Model to Guide Spiritual Formation

Klaus Issler

13. "How Then Shall We Live?" Virtue, Happiness, and the Renovation of the Soul

Michael W. Austin

14. The Witness of the Church

Mike Erre

Afterword Reflections on the Journey Ahead

J. P. Moreland

J. P. Moreland A Short Chronology

J. P. Moreland A Bibliography

Contributors

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