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on 12 September 2017
If you are looking for heavy theological reading then you have come to the right place. Not only does this book weigh in at just under 1Kg it is a no holds barred systematic assault on the brain. Straight into Kant and a good dose of knowing - not knowing, will leave you on the ropes and looking for water. Not bedtime reading and look out for the excess baggage charge on the holiday flight!
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on 25 April 2016
I thought this was really good I learnt a huge amount about epistemology, justification of knowledge and rationality. There are parts where it's sometimes a challenge to read but its very well written and worth the effort. Plantinga has mastered a huge amount of complex material and communicates this very well.
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on 17 July 2001
A powerfully argued defense of Christian faith - which is both true to the experience of most believers, and draws on a persuasive (and independent) theory of knowledge. Plantinga avoids the paradoxical use of reason to justify unreason, and presents a welcome correction to the unthinking verbiage of much modern theology.
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