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Apostate

Apostate

Whatever happened to Western civilization? Somehow, Christians have lost ground in every cultural area of leadership and influence in Europe and America since 1700. This is an indubitable fact. The remaining Christians search for an...
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Biblical Philosophy of History, The

Biblical Philosophy of History, The

For the orthodox Christian who grounds his philosophy of history on the doctrine of creation, the mainspring of history is God. Time rests on the foundation of eternity, rests on the foundation of eternity, on...
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By What Standard?

By What Standard?

An introduction into the problems of Christian philosophy. It focuses on the philosophical system of Dr. Cornelius Van Til, which in turn is founded upon the presuppositions of an infallible revelation in the Bible and...
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Death of Meaning, The

Death of Meaning, The

For centuries on end, humanistic philosophers have produced endless books and treatises which attempt to explain reality without God or the mediatory work of His Son, Jesus Christ. Modern philosophy has sought to explain man...
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Epistemology (MP3 Album)

Epistemology (MP3 Album)

Epistemology means the "study of knowledge." How do we know what we know? How can we be sure our thinking is reliable? These are the questions philosophers have addressed for centuries. But, is there a...
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Epistemology: The Christian Philosophy of Knowledge (10 CDs)

Epistemology: The Christian Philosophy of Knowledge (10 CDs)

Epistemology means the "study of knowledge." How do we know what we know? How can we be sure our thinking is reliable? These are the questions philosophers have addressed for centuries. But, is there a...
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Flight from Humanity (First Edition), The

Flight from Humanity (First Edition), The

Subtitled A Study of the Effect of Neoplatonism on Christianity. Neoplatonism is a Greek philosophical assumption about the world. It views that which is form or spirit (such as mind)as good and that which is...
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Flight From Humanity (Second Edition), The

Flight From Humanity (Second Edition), The

The greatest threats to Christianity are those that are most unknown to the average Christian. The most difficult threats to discern are those that are blended into our very worldview - the ones that we...
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History of Modern Philosophy (8 CDs), A

History of Modern Philosophy (8 CDs), A

In this detailed series R. J. Rushdoony examines the apostasy of modern thinkers and their influence upon society, culture, and the totality of life. This Christian critique is vital to not only purify your own...
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One and the Many: Studies in the Philosophy of Order and Ultimacy, The

One and the Many: Studies in the Philosophy of Order and Ultimacy, The

The question of where ultimacy lies should be central to the Christian. It is easy to see the social implications of allowing priority to fall to either the one or the many. This volume examines...
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To Be As God: A Study of Modern Thought Since the Marquis De Sade

To Be As God: A Study of Modern Thought Since the Marquis De Sade

This monumental work is a series of essays on the influential thinkers and ideas in modern times. The author begins with De Sade, who self-consciously broke with any Christian basis for morality and law. Enlightenment...
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Van Til and the Limits of Reason

Van Til and the Limits of Reason

The Enlightenment was an intellectual movement of the late seventeenth and eighteenth centuries that was a self-conscious move away from the Reformation’s emphasis on faith and revelation. It was the mind of man that became...
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Word of Flux: Modern Man and the Problem of Knowledge, The

Word of Flux: Modern Man and the Problem of Knowledge, The

Modern man has a problem with knowledge. He cannot accept God's Word about the world or anything else, so anything which points to God must be called into question. Man, once he makes himself ultimate...
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