I remember the first time I was publicly put to shame… Lets just say it isn’t easy being a Jr. Higher in a school filled with High Schoolers. I bring this up because High School/Middle School is one of the few social settings in the West that operates with honor and shame as a centralContinue reading “Book Review – Jesus Against the Scribal Elite by Chris Keith”
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Book Review – How Do We Know? An Introduction to Epistemology by Dew and Foreman
A while ago I had the opportunity to write a review of Mark Foreman’s A Prelude to Philosophy. I absolutely loved the book – I recommended it to Christians who are becoming interested in philosophy, Christians who are taking philosophy as a college major, Christian philosophy professors, and college ministers who have students taking philosophyContinue reading “Book Review – How Do We Know? An Introduction to Epistemology by Dew and Foreman”
St. Paul on Perceptual Plasticity and Theoretical Neutrality… Kind of.
Or When Theology and Undergraduate Philosophy Clash (Pt. 2) I’m still reading that paper that I blogged about last time… you know the one I wrote while an undergraduate at UCLA. I still marvel at the fact that its so unapologetically Christian. This section of the paper is cool because its so deeply scriptural but yetContinue reading “St. Paul on Perceptual Plasticity and Theoretical Neutrality… Kind of.”