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    The Light of the Mind: St. Augustine's Theory of Knowledge.Ronald H. Nash - 1969 - [Lexington]University Press of Kentucky.
    St. Augustine is the bridge that links ancient philosophy and early Christian theology to the thought patterns of the Middle Ages. But the influence of Augustine's philosophy in general and his epistemology in particular extends far beyond medieval philosophy. Such modern philosophers as Descartes and Malebranche carry the stamp of Augustinism upon their philosophies. What is not so well known is that even some of the most original ideas of Berkeley and Kant can be found anticipated in Augustine.
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    The Word of God and the Mind of Man.Ronald H. Nash - 1982 - P&r.
    The title of this book can be understood in at least two ways. First of all, The Word of God and the Mind of Man is an exploration of the extent to which the human mind can receive and understand divine revelation, insofar as this revelation is understood to include the communication of truth. On a second and more fundamental level, the phrase the word of God recalls its classical context -- the prologue to John's Gospel and the classical Logos (...)
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    Christian Faith and Historical Understanding.Ronald H. Nash - 1984 - Word.
    "In an age when objective moorings are being cut loose and experience reigns supreme, we need more than ever to reiterate that the distinctive feature of Christianity is its grounding in history. In this concise, well-written work, a noted philosopher and committed evangelical enables thoughtful readers to grapple with key questions in the relationship between faith and historical understanding and leads them to the awareness of a necessity for commitment to the One who stands behind as well as in history." (...)
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  4. Dooyeweerd and the Amsterdam Philosophy.Ronald H. Nash - 1962 - Grand Rapids: Zondervan Pub. House.
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  5. Ideas of History.Ronald H. Nash - 1969 - New York: Dutton.
    Speculative approaches to history.--v. 2. The critical philosophy of history.
     
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    Some Philosophic Sources of Augustine’s Illumination Theory.Ronald H. Nash - 1971 - Augustinian Studies 2:47-66.