• Does God Exist?: A History of Answers to the Question, By W. David Beck

    Does God Exist?

    A History of Answers to the Question

    by W. David Beck

    Does God exist? In one incisive volume, philosopher W. David Beck offers a narrative of pre-Christian, Jewish, Buddhist, Christian, and Islamic arguments for God's existence. In this history of answers to an essential question, readers will encounter both classical and contemporary arguments, including cosmological, teleological, moral, and ontological arguments.

  • Beyond the Wager: The Christian Brilliance of Blaise Pascal, By Douglas Groothuis

    Beyond the Wager

    The Christian Brilliance of Blaise Pascal

    by Douglas Groothuis

    There was more to Blaise Pascal than his "wager," an argument about the existence of God. In this accessible study, philosopher Douglas Groothuis introduces readers to Pascal's life as well as the breadth of his intellectual pursuits, overviewing the key points of his Pensées and exploring his views on culture, politics, and more.

  • Markus Barth: His Life and Legacy, By Mark R. Lindsay

    Markus Barth

    His Life and Legacy

    by Mark R. Lindsay

    Though he has remained in the shadow of his famous father, Markus Barth was a groundbreaking thinker in his own right. Drawing from an extensive collection of Markus Barth's letters and papers, Mark Lindsay puts Barth's story and thought into historical context, exploring his early life, pastoral work, scholarship, and enduring legacy.

  • The Religion of American Greatness: What’s Wrong with Christian Nationalism, By Paul D. Miller

    The Religion of American Greatness

    What’s Wrong with Christian Nationalism

    by Paul D. Miller
    Foreword by David French

    What is Christian nationalism, and how is it different from patriotism? Political theorist, veteran, and former White House staffer Paul D. Miller provides a detailed portrait of—and case against—Christian nationalism, calling for Christians to seek a healthier political witness that respects our constitutional ideals and a biblical vision of justice.

  • Philosophy Made Slightly Less Difficult: A Beginner's Guide to Life's Big Questions, By Garrett J. DeWeese and J. P. Moreland

    Philosophy Made Slightly Less Difficult

    A Beginner's Guide to Life's Big Questions

    by Garrett J. DeWeese and J. P. Moreland

    Philosophy is thinking critically about questions that matter. But many people find philosophy intimidating, so they never discover how it can help them engage ideas, culture, and even their faith. In this second edition of a classic text, Garrett DeWeese and J. P. Moreland use straightforward language with plenty of everyday examples to help to make philosophy a little less difficult.

  • Enhancing Christian Life: How Extended Cognition Augments Religious Community, By Brad D. Strawn and Warren S. Brown

    Enhancing Christian Life

    How Extended Cognition Augments Religious Community

    by Brad D. Strawn and Warren S. Brown

    It's time to rethink the Christian life in light of current research on the human mind, particularly with a deeper understanding of "extended cognition." Using insights from neuroscience, psychology, and philosophy, Brad Strawn and Warren Brown argue for a vision of the Christian life as extended into interactions with a local network of believers.

  • The Universe Next Door: A Basic Worldview Catalog, By James W. Sire

    The Universe Next Door

    A Basic Worldview Catalog

    by James W. Sire
    Foreword by Jim Hoover

    For more than forty years, The Universe Next Door has set the standard for an introduction to worldviews. This sixth edition uses James Sire's widely influential model of eight basic worldview questions to examine prominent worldviews that have shaped the Western world, critiquing each worldview within its own frame of reference and in comparison to others.

  • From Plato to Christ: How Platonic Thought Shaped the Christian Faith, By Louis Markos

    From Plato to Christ

    How Platonic Thought Shaped the Christian Faith

    by Louis Markos

    Christians throughout the history of the church and even today have inherited aspects of the ancient Greek philosophy of Plato. To help us understand the influence of Platonic thought on the Christian faith, Louis Markos offers careful readings of some of Plato's best-known texts and then traces the ways that his work shaped some of Christianity's most beloved theologians.

  • More Than Things: A Personalist Ethics for a Throwaway Culture, By Paul Louis Metzger

    More Than Things

    A Personalist Ethics for a Throwaway Culture

    by Paul Louis Metzger

    In a world dominated by things, we must work hard to account for one another's personhood. Drawing a diverse set of thought leaders, Paul Louis Metzger helps us navigate a pluralistic world through a personalist moral framework, addressing issues such as abortion, genetic engineering, immigration, drone warfare, and more.

  • The Dust of Death: The Sixties Counterculture and How It Changed America Forever, By Os Guinness

    The Dust of Death

    The Sixties Counterculture and How It Changed America Forever

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    by Os Guinness

    In this milestone work, leading social critic Os Guinness provides a wide-ranging analysis of one of the most pivotal decades in Western history, the 1960s. Examining secular humanism, the technological society, and the counterculture, Guinness argues that Westerners need a Third Way found only in the rediscovery and revival of the historic Christian faith.

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