Rick Cornish



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“Philosophy has been described as thinking about thinking, and all Christians should do that. The term comes from two Greek words, philia ("love") and sophia ("wisdom"), thus "loving wisdom." Nothing anti-Christian appears in that definition. Problems arise if we seek wisdom apart from God, or elevate human reason above Him, but according to Proverbs 4:5-7, God's people should love and seek wisdom.
Formal philosophy is divided into three major areas-incidentally, all core Christian issues: (1) Metaphysics,
which asks questions about the nature of reality: "What is real?" "Is the basic essence of the world matter, or spirit, or something else?" (2) Epistemology, which addresses issues concerning truth and knowledge: "What do we know?" "How do we know it?" "Why do we think it's true?" (3) Ethics, which considers moral problems: "What is right and wrong?" "Are moral values absolute or relative?" "What is the good life, and how do we achieve it?”
Rick Cornish, 5 Minute Apologist: Maximum Truth in Minimum Time

“With respect to false teaching, we're to think well, examining truth claims so we won't be deceived by them. God gave gifts of communication to His church to spread His truth. As we think through that teaching, "we will no longer be infants, tossed back and forth by the waves, and blown here and there by every wind of teaching and by the cunning and craftiness of men in their deceitful scheming" (Ephesians 4:14). Christians must not overemphasize human reason, but philosophy, in its proper place, is a useful tool for Christians who want to prepare well to engage our world. Philosophy-thinking about thinking-is indispensable to the Christian.”
Rick Cornish, 5 Minute Apologist: Maximum Truth in Minimum Time



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