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On Traditional Philosophy and Natural Theology: A Rejoinder

by Paul K. Moser

In the western world, at least, talk of “Christian philosophy” leads eventually to questions about (a) the relation of Christian philosophy to traditional philosophy outside a Christian context and (b) a potential role for the arguments of “natural theology.”

This series of papers on Christ-Shaped Philosophy has arrived at such questions, as we should have expected. This rejoinder offers some reflections on such questions, in keeping with a distinctively Christian philosophy.

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