* What is real?
* What is truth?
* What can we know?
* What should we believe?
* What should we do and why?
* Is there a God?
* Can we know him?
* Do Christian doctrines make sense?
* Can we believe in God in the face of evil? These are fundamental questions that any thinking person wants answers to. These are questions that philosophy addresses. And the answers we give to these kinds of questions serve as the the foundation stones for consrtucting any kind of worldview. In Philosophical Foundations for a Christian Worldview J.P. Moreland and William Lane Craig offer a comprehensive introduction to philosophy from a Christian perspective. In their broad sweep they seek to introduce readers to the principal subdisciplines of philosophy, including epistemology, metaphysics, philosophy of science, ethics and philosophy of religion. They do so with characteristic clarity and incisiveness. Arguments are clearly outlined, and rival theories are presented with fairness and accuracy. Philosophy, they contend, aids Christians in the tasks of apologetics, polemics and systematic theology. It reflects our having been made in the image of God, helps us to extend biblical teaching into areas not expressly addressed in Scripture, facilitates the spiritual discipline of study, enhances the boldness and self-image of the Christian community, and is requisite to the essential task of integrating faith and learning. Here is a lively and thorough introduction to philosophy for all who want to know reality. Features & Benefits
* Provides a Christian orientation to the study of philosophy
* Introduces all the major areas of philosophical study
* Answers key questions to help readers construct a Christian worldview
* Arguments are clearly outlined; rival theories are presented with fairness and accuracy
* Up to date
* Accessibly written
* Shows how philosophy aids apologetics, polemics and systematic theology
* Shows how philosophy helps extend biblical teaching into areas not expressly addressed in Scripture
* Shows how philosophy enhances the boldness and self-image of the Christian community
* Shows how philosophy is necessary for integrating faith and learning