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Paul Moser's Christian Philosophy

by William Hasker

In this paper, William Hasker argues that while Moser does well in preaching the Gospel through his article, much of what he says about Christ-centered philosophy should be resisted.

On the one hand, he seems to give philosophy too high a place, by implying that Jesus and Paul would be demeaned if they were not recognized as being philosophers. On the other hand, he has a distressingly low opinion of the sorts of things philosophers actually do.

Furthermore, his own practice as a philosopher does not correspond well with what is called for by his account of Christ-shaped philosophy.

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