A guide for souls seeking clarity in complex times. This book includes essays that focus on restoring ourselves to our full birthright as beings "made in God's image and explore themes such as genius, intelligence, character, and prayer.
Materialism Versus Creationism from Antiquity to the Present
Illuminates the historical evolution of the materialist critique - that is, explaining the world in terms of itself - from antiquity onwards through engaging the work of Plato, Aristotle, Karl Marx, Sigmund Freud, and Stephen Jay Gould, among others. This book offers empowering tools to understand and defend critical and scientific reasoning.
A novel treatment of a group of early Christian authors, demonstrating that their behavior and self-presentation were shaped by the norms of Roman intellectual culture, and not simply by factors internal to Christianity.
Frederick Douglass and the Philosophy of Religion: An Interpretation of Narrative, Art, and Politics addresses Douglass's narrative method and the reformed epistemology of analytic theism within the context of incarnational theology. Timothy J. Golden argues that in this context, Douglass's use of narrative maintains a robust moral, social, and ......
A Contemporary Reinterpretation of the Attack upon Christendom
Kierkegaard and the New Nationalism argues for the relevance of Kierkegaard's "attack upon Christendom" within our current situation of resurgent nationalism. Kierkegaard's ascetic voice calls his readers not simply to critique nationalism, but to renounce it, thereby striking at nationalism's self-assertive core.
Comparative Responses from Ecstatic Naturalism and Healing Cultures
This edited collection represents an ongoing conversation for bringing healing cultures into suffering and evil. The pluralistic perspectives emerge from the creativity of this unique community of interpreters.
James K. A. Smith and the Contours of a Postmodern Christian Epistemolog
This work critically builds on James K. A. Smith's postmodern Pentecostal epistemology with the aid of Reformed epistemology. The resulting postmodern Christian epistemology retains the central postmodern characteristics of perspectivalism and embodiment while integrating the truth element of Reformed epistemology's warrant criteria.
Reach without Grasping examines the robust engagement with classical Greek and Roman literatures, themes, and genres in the works of Anne Carson, who explores as many and as diverse a range of genre choices as the classical authors from whom she has drawn so richly throughout her enormously creative body of work.