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Doing Philosophy as a Christian: Interview with Garry DeWeese (Part One)

In this interview, philosopher Garry DeWeese talks about his new book Doing Philosophy as a Christian (IVP Academic, 2011) and explores the meaning, significance and broad implications of philosophical work for the Christian community. In other future interviews, we discuss (part two) the implications of Christian philosophy for metaphysics, epistemology, ethics and aesthetics, and philosophy of mind, philosophy of science. Finally, in part three we discuss particular practices for “doing philosophy as a Christian.”

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