9780830829231

When Athens Met Jerusalem: An Introduction to Classical and Christian Thought

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  • ISBN13:

    9780830829231

  • ISBN10:

    0830829237

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2009-06-01
  • Publisher: Intervarsity Pr
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Summary

John Mark Reynolds's book When Athens Met Jerusalem provides students a well-informed introduction to the intellectual underpinnings of Western civilization and highlights how certain intellectual trends are eroding those very foundations.

Author Biography

John Mark Reynolds provides a lively and well-informed introduction to the Greek and Christian intellectual underpinnings of Western civilization. Warning of the erosion of that foundation, he shows why and how faith and reason need to remain good neighbors. John Mark Reynolds (Ph.D., University of Rochester) is founder and director of the Torrey Honors Institute and professor of philosophy at Biola University, California. He is the coeditor (with J. P. Moreland) of Three Views on Creation and Evolution.

Table of Contents

Prefacep. 9
Acknowledgmentsp. 11
Introduction: Athens and Jerusalemp. 13
Building Athens: Philosophy Before Socratesp. 23
The Death Of A Good Manp. 55
The Ideal Philosopher: Plato and His Teachingsp. 69
Follow The Logos Wherever It Leads: What Is a Dialogue?p. 88
In Love With The Goodp. 123
The City In Words: On Justicep. 150
The Likely Story: The Timaeusp. 174
Breaking With The Master: Aristotle and the "Other" Pathp. 185
The Middle Way: Aristotle's Ethicsp. 203
Preparing The Way For Christ: Hellenistic Philosophyp. 221
A Postscript: Where Do We Go from Here?p. 246
Reading Listp. 255
Indexp. 259
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