A Christian View of Philosophy and Culture
Crossway Books (1982)
|Abstract||The God who is there -- Escape from reason -- He is there and He is not silent -- Back to freedom and dignity.|
|Keywords||Apologetics Christianity Philosophy, Modern Christianity Philosophy Knowledge, Theory of Religion and science|
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|Call number||BT1102.S33 1982 vol. 1|
|ISBN(s)||0891073329 0891072365 0891073485|
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