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Christianity, Studies

The Precise Problem Today

Christianity, Habermas, Life of Jesus, Studies

Gary Habermas, The Historical Jesus: Ancient Evidence For The Life Of Christ

Christianity, Studies

William Whitla, Science And Unbelief

Christianity, Studies

A Skeptic’s Wager: Pascal And The Reasonableness Of Faith

Christianity, Studies

Will Durant, Epicurean Rome: 30 B.C.-A.D. 96

Christianity, Studies

William Whitla, The Book Of Daniel And Unbelief

Christianity, Studies

Christianity And Reason: The Theological Roots Of Science

Christianity, History of Christian Thought, Studies, Tillich

Paul Tillich, Justification by Faith Alone, Sacraments, Papal Infallibility, Jansenism

Christianity, Studies

Descartes, Meditations on First Philosophy

Christianity, Habermas, Life of Jesus, Studies

Life of Jesus: Ancient Non-Christian Sources

Christianity, Fear and Trembling, Kierkegaard, Studies

Kierkegaard, Epilogue to the Fear and Trembling – No generation learns from the foregoing

Christianity, History of Christian Thought, Studies, Tillich

Paul Tillich, Tertullian, Cyprian, Augustine

Christianity, History of Christian Thought, Studies, Tillich

Paul Tillich, Medieval Period (continued)

Christianity, Habermas, Life of Jesus, Studies

Reinterpretations of the Historical Jesus

Christianity, Studies

Will Durant, The Philosopher Kings: A.D. 96-180

Christianity, Pascal, Studies

Pascal, In Christ we know ourselves without despair

Christianity, History of Christian Thought, Studies, Tillich

Paul Tillich, Logos and the Doctrine of God, Gnosticism, Marcion

Christianity, History of Christian Thought, Studies, Tillich

Paul Tillich, School of Antioch, Theodor of Mopsuestia, Apollinarius, Nestorius, Cyril, Chalcedon

Christianity, History of Christian Thought, Studies, Tillich

Paul Tillich, A History Of Christian Thought – Table of Contents

Christianity, Pascal, Studies

Pascal, We know life and death only through Jesus Christ

Christianity, Life of Jesus, Studies

The Life of Jesus: a brief chronological account

Christianity, Studies

William Whitla, Introduction to Newton’s Observations Upon Daniel and The Apocalypse

Christianity, Studies

Natural Law And Divine Law: The Objective Foundations Of Morality

Christianity, Habermas, Life of Jesus, Studies

Life of Jesus: Ancient Christian Sources (Non-New Testament)

Christianity, Studies

William Whitla, The Messianic Prophecies

Christianity, Pascal, Studies

Pascal, Nature does not prove the existence of God

Christianity, Pascal, Studies

Pascal, What man ever had more renown than the Christ?

Christianity, Habermas, Life of Jesus, Studies

Life of Jesus Sources: Summary and Assessment

Christianity, History of Christian Thought, Studies, Tillich

Paul Tillich, Monarchianism, Sabellius, The Arian Controversy, Nicaea

Christianity, Studies

Isaac Newton, Observations Upon The Prophecies Of Daniel and The Apocalypse Of St. John

Christianity, History of Christian Thought, Studies, Tillich

Paul Tillich, Medieval Theology, Thomas Aquinas and Duns Scotus

Christianity, Kierkegaard, Studies

Kierkegaard, Come hither unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest

Christianity, Pascal, Studies

Pascal, Faith without godly revelation can not save

Christianity, Studies

God Is Not Great: The Atheist Assault On Religion

Christianity, History of Christian Thought, Studies, Tillich

Paul Tillich, Calvin: Predestination, Providence, Capitalism, Church and State, Biblical Authority

Christianity, History of Christian Thought, Studies, Tillich

Paul Tillich, Neo-Platonism: Plotinus, Clement of Alexandria, Origen

Christianity, Pascal, Studies

Pascal, The Conduct of God

Christianity, History of Christian Thought, Studies, Tillich

Paul Tillich, Ethical Teachings (Aquinas), Nominalism (Wm Occam), German mysticism (Eckhart)

Christianity, History of Christian Thought, Studies, Tillich

Paul Tillich, Anselm and His Arguments

Christianity, Studies

The Imperial I: When The Self Becomes The Arbiter Of Morality

Three Millennia of Greek Literature