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Philosophy and the Christian Faith: A Historical Sketch from the Middle…

by Colin Brown

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An amazing survey of the history of philosophy, especially as it affects the christian faith. I thoroughly enjoyed it! ( )
  Adewoye | Feb 20, 2014 |
A quick history of Western philosophy and its relationship to Christianity. I'm not interested in philosophy, but I now know a little bit more about it, or at least about some philosophers. It's fairly stodgy and the author's obsessed with calling everything a "Procrustean bed" (seriously, it's in about twenty times). I don't feel like I got that much out of it, to be honest. ( )
  Shimmin | Nov 29, 2013 |
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Colin Brown surveys the thought of over 400 philosophers from the Middle Ages to the present day, showing how various thinkers and ideas have affected Christian belief.

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