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History of Philosophy and Christian Thought

By Dr. Ronald H. Nash

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Description

In this course, Dr. Ronald Nash covers the history of philosophical thinking from the Ancient Greek philosophers, to Augustine, Immanuel Kant, and present day philosophers. Dr. Nash does this by focusing on three major categories in their philosophical thinking: Metaphysics (the study of reality), Epistemology (the study of knowledge), and Ethics (the study of morality). By examining these three arenas the student is prompted to critically analyze the philosophers' thought and analyze it in the light of scripture.

Customer Reviews

Great Professor !!

Ive only listened to Plato's Forms, but from what I've heard so far, he is very easy to listen too... very smart, and funny. I plan to listen to more !

Excellent course from a Christian worldview

Professor Nash is an excellent professor with an obvious passion for teaching and philosophy. This course is a great overview of philosophy. Don't expect a great deal of detail since it is 2500 approx. years of philosophy jammed into a one semester course. He does have a bit of a bias as a previous reviewer said, but that can only be expected, in my opinion, considering this is a seminary course, the purpose of which is to relate all of the philosophy to Christianity. If there are philosophies in opposition to Christianity, the professor is obviously going to give an attempt to refute them. I would definitely recommend for a solid overview, especially for Christians wanting to relate secular thought to their own worldviews.

Really good

Nash was a very accessible professor. Especially good towards the beginnning.