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This introductory textbook will benefit those who eagerly wish to anchor reason in Christian faith. Well-organized presentations of most of the significant philosophical positions make this book an excellent reference tool. "Introduction to Philosophy" makes the broad field of philosophy accessible to beginning students, addressing questions such as "What is reality?" and This introductory textbook will benefit those who eagerly wish to anchor reason in Christian faith. Well-organized presentations of most of the significant philosophical positions make this book an excellent reference tool. "Introduction to Philosophy" makes the broad field of philosophy accessible to beginning students, addressing questions such as "What is reality?" and "What is Good or Right?" (57)


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This introductory textbook will benefit those who eagerly wish to anchor reason in Christian faith. Well-organized presentations of most of the significant philosophical positions make this book an excellent reference tool. "Introduction to Philosophy" makes the broad field of philosophy accessible to beginning students, addressing questions such as "What is reality?" and This introductory textbook will benefit those who eagerly wish to anchor reason in Christian faith. Well-organized presentations of most of the significant philosophical positions make this book an excellent reference tool. "Introduction to Philosophy" makes the broad field of philosophy accessible to beginning students, addressing questions such as "What is reality?" and "What is Good or Right?" (57)

30 review for Introduction to Philosophy: A Christian Perspective

  1. 5 out of 5

    Josiah Watson

    If someone is fairly new to philosophy and wants a general pretty easy comprehending book... I would highly recommend this one. While I think at some times it was too simplistic but I did enjoy and learn new concepts from the book. Also, it has was not trying to go too deep, and I really can't fault it for something it was not trying to do. Overall, the book was a great introduction. If you are already acquainted with the field of philosophy or wanting a challenge after this book... I would refe If someone is fairly new to philosophy and wants a general pretty easy comprehending book... I would highly recommend this one. While I think at some times it was too simplistic but I did enjoy and learn new concepts from the book. Also, it has was not trying to go too deep, and I really can't fault it for something it was not trying to do. Overall, the book was a great introduction. If you are already acquainted with the field of philosophy or wanting a challenge after this book... I would refer you to "Philosophical Foundations for A Christian Worldview" by William Lane Craig and J.P. Moreland. This book will definitely be a great challenge, but after reading a book such as this one... certainly not impossible to read.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Laurent Dv

    More a list of positions on different issues than a exposition of thomism. But "The love of wisdom" does that better. Also, Geisler doesn't always present the thomist view, for example in the chapter on the relation of the mind and the body, he curiously doesn't talk of the matter/form distinction which is so crucial to Aquinas. More a list of positions on different issues than a exposition of thomism. But "The love of wisdom" does that better. Also, Geisler doesn't always present the thomist view, for example in the chapter on the relation of the mind and the body, he curiously doesn't talk of the matter/form distinction which is so crucial to Aquinas.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Elisabeth

    This book was amazing. It is a great introduction to philosophy, especially ethics and epistemology. I really enjoyed reading. This book did not seem like a textbook at all.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Nikhil Gupta

    Amazing book and must read for students of theology

  5. 5 out of 5

    Dorian Driscoll

    This book is an excellent introductory text and is fairly rigorous also. It covers most major areas of philosophy and only argues against those that militate against a Christian worldview. I had Geisler sign this copy when he was at some conferences at Calvary Chapel Diamond Bar in Southern California.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Elliott Montgomery

    Great introductory book for philosophy. Geisler is always very systematic and logical in his explanations and that is why I like him as an author. Opened up a lot of new concepts that are important to consider within Christianity.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Douglas Wilson

    Great.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jeffrey

    Standard introduction to philosophy, not the best but it works.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Rebekah

    Eh, ok I guess. Probably a good introduction for high school age and younger, a lot of it seemed over simplified and surface level for what I think is supposed to be college level material.

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