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  1. Coffeehouse Compatibilism

    David S. Lahm

    Resource / NOV 2012

    For centuries, Christians have pondered the following questions:
    -Are we free?
    -What is "freedom"?
    -What impact would it have if we weren't free?
    -Is it possible that we are... read more »
  2. Companions in the Between

    Renee Kohler-Ryan

    Pickwick / DEC 2019

    Contemporary philosopher William Desmond has many companions in thought, and one of the most important of these is Augustine. In lucid prose that draws on the riches of a vibrant... read more »
  3. 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 »
  4. Contact with Reality

    Esther Lightcap Meek

    Cascade / MAY 2017

    Is knowledge discovered, or just invented? Can we ever get outside ourselves to know how reality is in itself, independent of us? Philosophical realism raises the question whether in our knowing we... read more »
  5. 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 »
  6. De-Fragmenting Modernity

    Paul Tyson

    Cascade / JUN 2017

    We live in a strangely fragmented lifeworld. On the one hand, abstract constructions of our own imagination--such as money, "mere" facts, and mathematical models--are treated by us as important... read more »
  7. Death, Resurrection, and Transporter Beams

    Silas N. Langley

    Wipf and Stock / AUG 2014

    What has Star Trek to do with eternal life? It provides the perfect metaphor for understanding the main Christian views concerning what happens to us when we die. In this book, Silas Langley... read more »
  8. Design for Living

    Robert Friedmann, Maxwell Kennel

    Wipf and Stock / NOV 2017

    Written in 1954 but unpublished in his lifetime, Robert Friedmann’s Design for Living asks that pertinent existential question: how should we live? Drawing on literary, philosophical,... read more »
  9. Dialectic of Enlightenment

    Jacob Klapwijk

    Wipf and Stock / AUG 2010

    Dialectic of Enlightenment is a thought-provoking introduction to the Frankfurt School of Critical Theory. Max Horkheimer and Theodor Adorno first identified the "dialectic of enlightenment" when... read more »
  10. Dialogues on Miracle

    Robert A. Larmer

    Wipf and Stock / MAR 2015

    This book explores, in a manner that is readily accessible to those with little or no formal training in philosophy or theology, important questions concerning the rationality of belief in... read more »

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