Christian Worldview Vs. Postmodernism
Examination and rational comparison of the Christian and postmodernist philosophies, with in-depth treatment of such important topics as the problem of evil, the "problem of good" and meaningfulness in atheism, miracles, the relationship of Christianity to science and scientific method, atheist unproven axioms and premises, and the cosmological and teleological arguments for God's existence.
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The Rationality of the Christian Worldview
Reflections on Agnosticism Atheism and Skepticism
Replies to Atheists and Agnostics Questions About Christianity
Christian Replies to the Argument From Evil Free Will Defense Is God Malevolent Weak or NonExistent Because of the Existence of Evil and Sufferi...
The Problem of Good and the Nature of Meaningfulness in Atheism The Flip Side of the Problem of Evil Argument Against Christianity
Miracles Natural Scientific Laws and the Relationship of Christianity and Metaphysics to the Scientific Method
The Atheists Boundless Faith in DeoAtomism The AtomasGod
First Cause The Cosmological Argument for Gods Existence
The Teleological Argument for Gods Existence Irreducible Complexity and Intelligent Design
GK Chesterton on Humanist Skepticism
John Henry Newman The Illative Sense Epistemology
John Henry Newman Biblical Miracles
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