Loving to Know offers a remedy to Western epistemology, integrating Polanyi and John Frame, but leaves much to be said in terms of ontology.
The Master and His Emissary is a fascinating adventure but is ultimately unpersuasive in the area were it would be most significant.
Our age is a chaotic one; the heart of this chaos is an authority crisis. The answer to the chaos of this age is submission to God as He has revealed Himself. By holding forth Christ in Scripture and holding fast His Word, Christians offer something our world desperately needs.
Abstraction within the Biblical worldview is not an impersonal idea but a perceived relationship between particular objects.
Buy from Amazon.ca Buy from Amazon.com By all evidence, Herman Dooyeweerd, the Dutch professor of law and philosopher, was a man if great intellect and learning. This is evident even in his little book, In the Twilight of Western Thought, intended as an introduction to his philosophy. However, for all his learning, Dooyeweerd does not … Continue reading Review of In the Twilight of Western Thought