The Collected Works of Eugene Halliday: Christian Philosophy, Book I 8 - Collected Works of Eugene Halliday, Christian Philosophy, Book I 1 (Hardback)
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The Collected Works of Eugene Halliday: Christian Philosophy, Book I 8 - Collected Works of Eugene Halliday, Christian Philosophy, Book I 1 (Hardback)

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Hardback 187 Pages / Published: 01/01/1998
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"We are going to study Christian Philosophy. But before we do so, we will first shortly define the difference between Christian philosophy, philosophy in general, and science. ... Christian Philosophy derives its authority, not from masses of scientific information gained by using our physical sense organs, nor from ideas assumed to be basic in the human mind. Christian philosophy rests on the words spoken by Jesus Christ. Only that philosophy which can be shown to derive logically from Christ's words can legitimately be said to be Christian. Let us examine some of the words of Jesus and draw from them the basic truths of Christian philosophy." Eugene Halliday leads us towards more wholeness. "The evil is that which leads us to disintegration". He guides us to see our potential for choice.

Publisher: The Melchisedec Press
ISBN: 9781872240169
Number of pages: 187
Dimensions: 200 x 145 x 20 mm

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