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  1. A Reformed View of Freedom

    Michael Patrick Preciado

    Pickwick / JUN 2019

    Reformed Christians do not believe in free will. This is a common assertion today and it is completely false. The Reformed tradition does advocate free will, just not libertarian free will. A... read more »
  2. Agape and the Four Loves with Nietzsche, Father, and Q

    David L. Goicoechea

    Pickwick / MAR 2013

    Goicoechea explains Nietzsche's thesis that the agapeic love of Jesus is humankind's highest affirmation, even for sinners like the author's father, Joe Goicoechea, who lived it out existentially.... read more »
  3. Alexei Khomiakov

    Artur Mrowczynski-Van Allen, Teresa Obolevitch, et al.…

    Pickwick / JUL 2019

    Alexei Khomiakov (1804–1860), a great Russian thinker, one of the founders of the Slavophile school of thought, nowadays might be seen as one of the precursors of critical thought on the... read more »
  4. Before the Beginning, During the Middle, After the End

    Lucian Krukowski

    Pickwick / AUG 2014

    The divisions that mark my subject are three. The first is that point where the world begins--where it appears from out of the mystery of non-being. The second lies somewhere between its progeny... read more »
  5. Being and Creation in the Theology of John Scottus Eriugena

    Sergei N. Sushkov

    Pickwick / AUG 2017

    Despite his prominent role in the formation of Christian thought, John Scottus Eriugena still remains an enigmatic figure whose background and potential arouse a great deal of scholarly interest.... read more »
  6. Beyond Modernity

    Artur Mrowczynski-Van Allen, Teresa Obolevitch, et al.…

    Pickwick / OCT 2016

    Post-secularism is the fundamental evidence of the end of modernity. Modernity, as sleeping reason in Francisco Goya's painting, realizes that, although it thought that it was awake, it was... read more »
  7. Calvinism and the Problem of Evil

    David E. Alexander, Daniel M. Johnson

    Pickwick / JUL 2016

    Contrary to what many philosophers believe, Calvinism neither makes the problem of evil worse nor is it obviously refuted by the presence of evil and suffering in our world. Or so most of the... read more »
  8. Consciousness and Being

    Robert C. Trundle

    Pickwick / FEB 2019

    This book is of vital interest to anyone who yearns to know how science, theology, ethics, art, and politics do really afford objective truths. Not only that, but how these truths in seemingly... read more »
  9. Creation and Beauty in Tolkien's Catholic Vision

    Michael John Halsall

    Pickwick / JAN 2020

    This book invites readers into Tolkien’s world through the lens of a variety of philosophers, all of whom owe a rich debt to the Neoplatonic philosophical tradition. It places Tolkien’s... read more »
  10. Depths As Yet Unspoken

    Roland Faber, Andrew M. Davis

    Pickwick / JUL 2020

    Whitehead’s thought continues to attract attention in mathematics and metaphysics, but few have recognized with Roland Faber, the deeply mystical dimensions of his philosophy. “If you... read more »

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