How Do We Know? The Areopagus Journal Volume 2, Number 2



A study of the theory of knowledge (epistemology), answering the question of how human beings avoid both skepticism and gullibility. Includes a discussion of the role of Scripture in testing knowledge claims.

Veritas: How Do We Know? by Craig Branch
Three Obstacles to Theological Knowledge: A Christian Response by J. P. Moreland
A Brief Introduction to the Theory of Knowledge by James Beilby and David K. Clark
How Do We Know That Christianity is True? by Steven B. Cowan
Lean Not on Your Own Understanding: The Role of Scripture in Knowledge by Clete Hux and Steven B. Cowan

Against Heresies
Creflo Dollar Says, “We Are Little Gods!” by Clete Hux

Book Reviews
Epistemology: Becoming Intellectually Virtuous by W. Jay Wood. InterVarsity, 1998; 216 pages.
Always Ready: Directions for Defending the Faith by Greg L. Bahnsen; Ed. Robert R. Booth. Covenant Media Foundation, 1996; 289 pages.

Short Book Notes
The 10 Most Important Things You Can Say to a Mormon by Ron Rhodes. Harvest House, 2001; 125 pages.
The State of the Arts: From Bezalel to Mapplethorpe by Gene Edward Veith. Crossway, 1991; 252 pages.
Four Views of Youth Ministry and the Church Edited by Mark Senter. Zondervan, 2001; 159 pages.

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Weight6 oz
Dimensions11 × 8.5 × .019 in