Redeeming Philosophy

Redeeming Philosophy

Christ the Center · November 21st, 2014 · 2 Responses

Dr. Vern Poythress comes to the program today to speak about his book, Redeeming Philosophy. In today’s discussion, Dr. Poythress helps us examine the roots of Western philosophy, uncover some of its limitations, and find answers to our questions in dependence upon God’s word.

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