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Pocatardis, Or, The Value Of Thought Experiments

As I had a more than usually busy Sabbath yesterday, I did not have the chance to have a great deal of interpersonal interactions with other people because I did a fair amount of rushing about hither and yon.  During … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Political Philosophy Of Hobbes

The Political Philosophy Of Hobbes:  Its Basis And Its Genesis, by Leo Strauss, translated by Elsa M. Sinclair For many years I have been fond of the political philosophy of Harry Jaffa, who was a student of Leo Strauss [1]. … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Ideal Made Real

The Ideal Made Real, or Metaphysics For Beginners, by Christian D. Larson I really detest books like this from the standpoint of metaphysics and theology, but if there is one thing that my reading on early 20th century occult thinking … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Philosophy Of Jesus

The Philosophy Of Jesus, by Peter Kreeft This is a good book, even a great book, but not a perfect book.  This author [1] gets as close to one can of a great many truths about God as one can … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Little Book For New Philosophers

A Little Book For New Philosophers, by Paul Copan When one reads a book, even a book as little as this one (about 120 pages and small enough to fit in a pocket), one has to ask what motive the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Welcome To College

Welcome To College:  A Christ-Follower’s Guide To The Journey, by Jonathan Morrow [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Kregel Book Tours.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] As someone who has spent a lot of time … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Future Of Atheism

The Future Of Atheism:  Alister McGrath & Daniel Dennett in Dialogue, edited by Robert B. Stewart This is the sort of book [1] that demonstrates, at least to me, that there is a wide variance between the survival of a … Continue reading

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Book Review: Letters To An Atheist

Letters To An Atheist:  Wrestling With Faith, by Peter Kreeft As someone who has written many letters over the course of my life [1] and someone who has a strong interest in apologetics [2], this book is the sort of … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Refutation Of Moral Relativism

A Refutation Of Moral Relativism:  Interviews With An Absolutist, by Peter Kreeft This book gives a fictive debate where the author creates an imaginary Socratic dialogue between two characters, a black feminist named Libby and a conservative Middle Eastern man … Continue reading

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Book Review: Love Is Stronger Than Death

Love Is Stronger Than Death, by Peter Kreeft This is, so far, my favorite book by this author by far.  In many ways the book reminds of me efforts by C.S. Lewis (the Four Loves [1]) and Henri Nouwen (Return … Continue reading

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