From the publisher’s description:
Four Views on Christian Metaphysics presents four prominent views held among Christians today on the major questions in philosophical metaphysics. What is the nature of existence itself? What is it for something to exist? What are universals? What is the soul? How do these things relate to God, in light of special and general revelation? The four Christian perspectives presented in this book are: Platonism, Aristotelianism, idealism, and postmodernism. The purpose of this book is to help Christians think deeply and carefully about a Christian view of the ultimate nature of reality and our place in it.
Baylor philosophy professor, Thomas M. Ward, writes that
Four Views on Christian Metaphysics offers deep reflection on the way in which Christianity ought to inform theorizing about the whole of reality. The contributors model a distinctively Christian style of philosophical debate which seeks the truth but does so in love. The book is therefore not just an introduction to the theme of Christian metaphysics, but also a guidebook for how to go about the business of doing Christian philosophy.