• Posts Tagged ‘apologetics’

    Heretics, G.K. Chesterton

    by  • February 8, 2015 • Non-Fiction, Reading

    Non-FictionHeretics, published in 1905, is a compilation of Chesterston's critical essays on the "heresies" of modern thought—such as, amongst others, progressivism, liberalism, relativism, skepticism and aestheticism—as expressed by some of his contemporaries. He illustrates his observations and discusses the issues with his trademark dry wit.

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    Orthodoxy, G.K. Chesterton

    by  • February 8, 2015 • Non-Fiction, Reading

    Non-FictionChesterton discusses how modern thought (scepticism, relativism, materialism, liberalism) and Christian orthodoxy fundamentally differ. This is essentially a complimentary piece to Heretics, where in his criticism of modern thought he did not explicitly offer a solution to the problem. It is in Orthodoxy where he defends...

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    The Best Things in Life, Peter Kreeft

    by  • February 8, 2015 • Non-Fiction, Reading

    Non-FictionSocrates is roaming the campus of Desperate State University. Along with Peter Pragma and Felicia Flake, he explores some of the deepest questions in life—including the purpose of education, career choice, drugs, music, sex and love, communism and capitalism, the question of success, the summum bonum...

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    Socrates Meets Jesus, Peter Kreeft

    by  • February 8, 2015 • Non-Fiction, Reading

    Non-FictionSocrates wakes up at Have It Divinity University in 1987 AD after taking his hemlock. His enrolment has somehow been organized. There, he meets student Bertha Broadmind amongst others and examines our world, values, way of life and the claims of Jesus Christ.

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