Following the Truth, Wherever It Leads

An Investigation of What Is Reality (and How It Affects Our Lives)

By Kenneth G. Reddington

Following the Truth, Wherever It Leads

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  • Pages: 430
  • Publication Date: 3/20/2015
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Following the Truth, Wherever It Leads

An Investigation of What Is Reality (and How It Affects Our Lives)

By Kenneth G. Reddington

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  • ISBN: 9781620327470
  • Pages: 430
  • Publication Date: 3/20/2015
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About-

This book encourages an openness to accept and experience the truth, whatever its source. As philosopher Francis Schaeffer famously asked, "How can we be sure that what we think we know of the world outside ourselves really corresponds to what is there?"
Where do we look for an understanding of ourselves, our world, and the meaning of our existence? Is there such a thing as an objective and unchanging truth that applies to all people everywhere, throughout time? Can we discover it in philosophy, in the natural or social sciences, or in religion? This book sets out to explore the answers to these questions, and considers how finding the answers can enrich our lives and daily experience.
Following the Truth Wherever It Leads investigates areas where the authenticated discoveries of natural science and the clear statements of the Bible agree with and support one another and asks whether there really are "irreconcilable differences" between them. It ends by attempting to portray a worldview whose promise may add fresh meaning and purpose to our lives.

Endorsements & Reviews-

"I personally found this helpful to understand some of the tensions between differing worldviews and even between thoughtful Christian differences in interpretation. It is a good introduction/overview to many of the spokesmen to mainstream scientific thinking from both Christian young earth as well as old earth, and secular worldviews; with a perspective of desiring to be honest about our worldview biases in understanding and reconciling both revealed truth and natural truths."
--Dan Deffinbaugh, Timberdoodle Company, Shelton, WA

Contributors-

Kenneth G. Reddington

Bio(s)-

Kenneth Reddington was Professor of English and Psychology at Kanto Gakuen University and a lecturer in Biblical Psychology at a bible school in Japan. He is also the author of Japanese Education as Character Development (1988) and a behavioral psychology study of adolescent self-esteem.

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