3 edition of For God and freedom found in the catalog.
For God and freedom
|Statement||by Rt. Rev. Richard Roberts.|
|Series||The Josiah Wood lectures,, 1944|
|LC Classifications||BR115.S6 R63|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||45|
|LC Control Number||a 45005422|
"A classic work in the philosophy of religion, Plantinga's God, Freedom, and Evil is the single most influential text on the problem of evil in the past fifty years." Stephen T. Davis-- Claremont McKenna College "Alvin Plantinga is one of the top Christian philosophers in the world today.4/5(2). God, Freedom and Immortality book. God, Freedom and Immortality. DOI link for God, Freedom and Immortality. God, Freedom and Immortality book. though there is no reason to suppose there is a God, doing something that is not quite believing in god, who, as some mystics think - neither exists nor does not exist, may be valuable for some Author: Jonathan Harrison.
So help me God: the Ten Commandments, judicial tyranny, and the battle for religious freedom User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. The U.S. Constitution has become a polarizing political, religious, cultural, and emotional issue. That said, readers will either be vehemently for or against this sensitive, intelligent, and clearly /5(2). In his discussion of natural theology (arguments to prove the existence of God) and natural atheology (arguments for the falsehood of theistic belief) Plantinga focuses on two of the traditional arguments: the ontological argument as an example of natural theology, and the problem of evil as the most important representative of natural atheology.4/5(5).
Many believe God is against freedom, opposed to laughter, and easily angered, so we create gods who rob us of our freedom and joy, such as – 1. The magical Santa Claus God – These individuals bring their own agenda to God, expecting him to bless and honor it, and then feel devastated when He refuses to play their little game. Ron Highfield traces the genealogy of the modern self from Plato, Descartes and Locke to Charles Taylor's landmark Sources of the Self. What emerges is a stark portrait of the modern ideal of self-governance and the crisis it provokes for a Christian view of human identity, freedom and dignity found in God.
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"In For God and Country, Ralph Reed dismantles liberal media falsehoods and provides a compelling analysis of why Evangelical Christians back Donald Trump—because his policies reflect their values and he is a champion for their you want to understand why Trump won in and will do so again inread this book." -- Mark Levin, host of The Mark Levin Show, host of Life /5(9).
God and Freedom book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. My wife and I have a plan to one Christmas ride a Midnight Express to Salt 5/5(1). For God and freedom book, Freedom and Human Dignity" is a work rich with the thoughts of those who have gone before us. Highfield (with footnotes) displays an incredible familiarity with what people have written on the subject of freedom from the second century to the twenty-first/5(8).
In In Quest for God and Freedom, Anna Zelkina delves into a past that remains alive in the minds In In Quest for God and Freedom, Anna Zelkina delves into a past that remains alive in the minds of the peoples of these regions, a past that is crucial to understanding current events/5.
Genre/Form: Sermons: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Roberts, Richard, For God and freedom. Sackville, New Brunswick, Can., Mount Allison. The book has previously published material on a variety of issues in the religious conservatives' campaign to rule our country--to make it truly "one nation under God": school prayer, reproductive rights, marriage equality, and school vouchers/5(30).
The God of Freedom and Life book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Uses the New American Bible, Revised Edition!The epic story /5. Prager is a brilliant man, who has debated at Oxford University on several occasions.
He has been studying the Bible for decades, and his wealth of knowledge is evident in the book. He goes line by line through Exodus, and offers his explaination in layman’s terms/5(). In God, Freedom, and Evil Alvin Plantinga (AP) attempts to rebut the logical problem of evil [i], which posits that the following two propositions [i] are inconsistent: (1) God (an omnipotent and perfectly good being) exists (2) Evil exists.
Where is the Inconsistency. AP spends the first section of the book attempting to demonstrate an inconsistency between the two premises. He argues that (1. This book's subtitle certainly grabbed my attention, and Weatherford did not disappoint as he argued compellingly for the claim that the freedom of religion currently enjoyed in most of the Western world owes a great deal to a 13th century Mongolian warlord/5(53).
The simple and direct use of logical propositions on two specific questions, the problem of evil, and the ontological proof for the existence of God. The author is scrupulous, fair, and pithy. As a result, the reader can generally follow the arguments, with some pause from time to time to do a /5(57).
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Ron Highfields book 'God, Freedom & Human Dignity: Embracing a God-Centered Identity in a Me-Centered World' explains how the modern Western view of the human person as an individualistic, autonomous and self-determining species can't live up to its promises/5.
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Frame devotes about sixty-five engaging pages to defending the classic Edwardsian view of divine sovereignty and human freedom with a particular application to the problem of evil.
3) Willing to Believe: The Controversy over Free Will by R.C. Sproul (Baker Books, ). In his book "Interior Freedom" Fr. Jacques Phillipe shows us that we possess, each of us, inside of us a space of freedom that no-one can take away.
Despite the most unfavorable outward circumstances, we can claim our freedom because God is its source and its guarantee. Do her principles doom America to moral and cultural decline.
The question is hardly new. More than two decades ago, Professor John A. Guegan, participating in a conference reflecting on Jesuit priest John Courtney Murray’s book We Hold These Truths (), condemned the American Founding for “the philosophical errors that are embedded in the American civil religion.”.
God, Freedom, and Evil is a challenging book to think through yet it offers a sound defense to the logical problem of evil.
The problem of evil is the idea that a wholly good and omnipotent God would not allow evil to exist, but since evil exists, God must not. Plantinga shows that it is logically possible that the only world a good and /5.
“A Hunger for God came to me in a time in my life when pain and heartache brought about a thirst that only our Savior can ﬁll. I am always hungry and thirsty for more of him.
In these pages I felt God’s extravagant love at each turn. What a treasure!” Amy Kneen “Few books have had such an impact on my life as A Hunger for God. While try-File Size: 2MB. If you’d like to purchase the book and support Apologetics at the same time, click on this link.
 Although a minimal education in philosophy might help the reader to fully comprehend the concepts presented in the book.  Plantinga, Alvin C. God, Freedom, and Evil. Grand Rapids, MI: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company,p.
2. Moore rightly argues that acknowledging God is a Constitutionally protected right of State officials. If only the rest of the world could come to see the truth embraced by Roy Moore, the world would be a much better place, with liberty and justice for all.
I highly recommend Roy Moore's book, "So Help Me God."/5(57).God, Freedom and Evil is a short work, originally published in the mids, wherein Plantinga addresses issues pertaining to the existence of God.
The book draws upon the author's prior works, "The Nature of Necessity" and "God and Other Minds"/5.