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“Good philosophy must exist, if for no other reason, because bad philosophy needs to be answered.” C. S. Lewis
Southern Evangelical Seminary Relativism Professor Richard G. Howe, Ph.D. PDF Slide Decks of Powerpoint Presentations Relativism 01 - Introduction (pdf) Relativism 02 - Relativism and Truth (pdf) The Concept of Truth in the Inerrancy Debate, Revisited (pdf) Relativism 03a - Relativism and Knowledge, Pt. 1: Modernism and Postmodernism (pdf) Relativism 03b - Relativism and Knowledge, Pt. 2: The Classical View of Knowledge (pdf) Relativism 04 - Relativism and Faith/Reason (pdf) Relativism 05 - Relativism and History (pdf) Relativism 06 - Relativism and Religion (pdf) Relativism 07 - Relativism and Morality (pdf) Relativism 08 - Relativism and the Bible (pdf) Relativism 09 - Relativism and the Gospel (pdf) Readings Copan, Paul. “Review of Douglas Groothuis’s Truth Decay: Defending Christianity Against the Challenges of Postmodernism.” (pdf) Geisler, Norman L. “Beware of Philosophy: A Warning to Biblical Scholars” (pdf) ________. “The Concept of Truth in the Inerrancy Debate” (pdf) Howe, Richard G. “How Do I Know that I Know?” (pdf) Collateral Readings Craig, William Lane. “’What place, then, for a creator?’ Hawking on God and Creation.” British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 41 (1990): 473-491. (pdf) Howe, Richard G. “The Moral Argument for God’s Existence: Some Thomistic Natural Law Musings” (pdf)