|Format:||Hardcover w/ Jacket|
|Size:||5.5” x 8.5”|
|Published:||August 04, 2020|
As perhaps one of the greatest Christian philosophers of the 20th century, Francis Schaeffer made it his mission to relate Christianity to the surrounding culture’s worldview. His works continue to have relevance as Christians grapple with issues in metaphysics (How do we know we exist?), morals (How do we know right from wrong?), and epistemology (How do we know what we know?). Schaeffer invites readers into a deeper understanding of who they are, who God is, and how they know what they know, as they encounter the infinite personal God who is there and is not silent.
Table of Contents
1. The Metaphysical Necessity
2. The Moral Necessity
3. The Epistemological Necessity: The Problem
4. The Epistemological Necessity: The Answer
1. Is Propositional Revelation Nonsense?
2. “Faith” Versus Faith