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Doing and Teaching Christian Philosophy: Reply to McFall

by Paul K. Moser

This is a reply to Michael T. McFall’s “Christian Philosophy and the Confessional Classroom.” It answers some of his probing questions in a manner that preserves consistency between my essays, “Jesus and Philosophy” and “Christ-Shaped Philosophy.”

This reply distinguishes between two senses of “doing Christian philosophy” and between two senses of “Christian witness.” In addition, it outlines a case for the importance of one’s knowing God directly, without reliance on an argument.

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