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Book Title: The Right Questions: Truth, Meaning & Public Debate|
The size of the: 828 KB
Edition: InterVarsity Press
Date of issue: September 1st 2002
ISBN 13: 9780830822942
The author of the book: Phillip E. Johnson
Format files: PDF
Read full description of the books:This book is a thought-provoking blend of countercultural opinions with a personal memoir. Johnson asserts that in order to discover what is right and true, we need to ask difficult questions that are often left unasked. Here are a few of the questions that Johnson proposes that I think are important: Is it wrong to mix science and religion or is such mixing inescapable? Should a college education prepare students to understand the ultimate purpose or meaning for which life should be lived and to choose rightly from among the available possibilities? What is the chief end of man, and why do we need to know? Both this book and the one I just read "In, But Not Of," discuss the influence of the Russian writer, Alexander Soltzhenitsyn, who resisted the tyranny of Communism and helped bring about the collapse of the Iron Curtain. Soltzhenitsyn warned that freedom can foster evil when all the problems of life are blamed on misguided social systems rather than mankind's sinful nature.
Read information about the authorJohnson is an American born-again Christian lawyer and creationist.
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