John Paul II to Aristotle and Back Again, Andrew Dean Swafford
Andrew Dean Swafford

John Paul II to Aristotle and Back Again

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Have you ever struggled to explain the basics of a Christian worldview, particularly as it concerns God's existence and his relation to the natural order, the basics of morality, even sexual ethics? Utilizing the thought of the late Pope John Paul II and the ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle, Dr. Andrew Swafford has done just this.

This book explains the philosophical underpinnings of a Christian worldview--in a way that is accessible to the general reader--discussing God's existence, faith and reason, a tour through a virtue-ethics which leads to authentic happiness (and discussing the seven deadly sins along the way), as well as John Paul II's teaching on the “language” of the body and the meaning of the human vocation to make a gift of one's self. The reader will come away with a deep understanding of the philosophical foundations for the Christian life.
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ennkeybeautyhas quotedlast month
33 By “fideism,” I am referring to a position that holds that any attempt at answering the important human questions (e.g., God’s existence, basic morality) can only come by way of faith, not reason.
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