Saturday, January 21, 2017

"The Pillars of Unbelief" Series by Peter Kreeft

Recently, philosopher and theologian Kenneth Samples of Reasons to Believe did us all a great service by writing an excellent blog series on 17 of the most influential Christian thinkers from the past.  You can find the entire series here.

In similar fashion, philosopher Peter Kreeft offers a series on some of the most influential unbelievers in a series entitled, "The Pillars of Unbelief."

They are as follows:

Niccolo Machiavelli- inventor of the "new morality"

Immanuel Kant- subjectivizer of Truth

Friedrich Nietzsche- self-proclaimed "Anti-Christ"

Sigmund Freud- founder of the "sexual revolution" 

Karl Marx- false Moses for the masses

Jean-Paul Sartre- apostle of absurdity

In these brief profiles, Kreeft describes the impact these thinkers have had on society and the effect they have had on the Christian mind.

Courage and Godspeed,
Chad

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