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Christian Philosophy and the Confessional Classroom

by Michael T. McFall

This paper offers a defense of Paul Moser’s recent work on Christian philosophy while also seeking to better understand it.

This involves integrating a previous concept of Moser’s with his “Christ-Shaped Philosophy” and then briefly furthering some concerns of Graham Oppy and William Hasker.

Finally, the paper explores what Christian philosophy might look like in the classroom.

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