Finding Truth

About the Author: Nancy R. Pearcey

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  • Hardcover
  • 384 pages
  • Finding Truth
  • Nancy R. Pearcey
  • English
  • 26 May 2017
  • 0781413087

Finding Truth Don T Think, Just Believe That S The Mantra In Many Circles Today Whether The Church, The Classroom, The Campus, Or The Voting BoothTime For A Reality CheckNancy Pearcey, Bestselling And Critically Acclaimed Author, Offers Fresh Tools To Break Free From Presumed Certainties And Test Them Against Reality In Finding Truth, She Explains Five Powerful Principles That Penetrate To The Core Of Any Worldview Secular Or Religious To Uncover Its Deepest Motivations And Weigh Its Claims A Former Agnostic, Pearcey Demonstrates That A Robust Christian Worldview Matches Reality That It Is Not Only True But Attractive, Granting Higher Dignity To The Human Person Than Any Alternative Finding Truth Displays Pearcey S Well Earned Reputation For Clear And Cogent Writing She Brings Themes To Life With Personal Stories And Real World Examples The Book Includes A Study Guide Shaped By Questions From Readers, From Teens To College Professors It Is Ideal For Individual Or Group Study

10 thoughts on “Finding Truth

  1. John Reynolds says:

    outstanding For the believer a way to approach the multiplicity of ideas without losing your mind.a call to critical thinking.

  2. Jeanie says:

    A book written and read for this culture that experiences the common grace of God however, we have become a culture that denies him How can this be How can we as Christians express the truth of God that are not pie in the sky answers to a world that denies His truth Maybe you reading this and do not subscribe to a world view However neutral we like ourselves to be, we do subscribe to some type of believe that is lived out Suppressing the truth spoken in Romans 1 still speaks to us today A book written and read for this culture that experiences the common grace of God however, we have become a culture that denies him How can this be How can we as Christians express the truth of God that are not pie in the sky answers to a world that denies His truth Maybe you reading this and do not subscribe to a world view However neutral we like ourselves to be, we do subscribe to some type of believe that is lived out Suppressing the truth spoken in Romans 1 still speaks to us today Why do we suppress ...

  3. Nikola Tasev says:

    This books claims that evolution, atheism and so on, are logically inconsistent and self contradictory, going as far as to say these theories commit suicide Then the book goes on to marvel how selectively the people holding these ideas must wield their skepticism and rationality For those claims the book gives mind numbingly wrong arguments For example this book takes on evolutionary epistemology The implication is that the ideas in our minds were selected for their survival value, not fo This books claims that evolution, atheism and so on, are logically inconsistent and self contradictory, going as far as to say these theories commit suicide Then the book goes on to marvel how selectively the people holding these ideas must wield their skepticism and rationality For those claims the book gives mind numbingly wrong arguments For example this book takes on evolutionary epistemology The implication is that the ideas in our minds were selected for their survival value, not for their truth value So the popula...

  4. Kevin Halloran says:

    Such a good book The book lives up to its title and will help you realize flaws in arguments you hear from atheists and secularists This book also made me worship as I contemplated God s sovereign design of the universe, and how any worldview that doesn t f...

  5. Mike Duran says:

    As much a case for critical thinking in the church as it is an examination and critique of contrary worldviews Fascinating background on movements and ideas that have shaped contemporary thought and a biblical approach to discerning and challenging them Highly recommended

  6. John says:

    Nancy Pearcey has written several books now, all making the case that Christian faith is not, nor should it ever be a leap of faith Pearcey, like Francis Schaeffer, whose L Abri was so formative in her thinking, strives to help Christians find the intellectual foundation for Christianity that too many doubt exists Finding Truth is primarily about finding the inconsistencies in non biblical worldviews She writes, Finding Truth argues that no secular worldview adequately accounts for the ph Nancy Pearcey has written several books now, all making the case that Christian faith is not, nor should it ever be a leap of faith Pearcey, like Francis Schaeffer, whose L Abri was so formative in her thinking, strives to help Christians find the intellectual foundation for Christianity that too many doubt exists Finding Truth is primarily about finding the inconsistencies in non biblical worldviews She writes, Finding Truth argues that no secular worldview adequately accounts for the phenomena of man and the cosmos what we know of human nature and physical nature For these worldviews see only a slice of reality and then try to direct human beings into measuring themselves by that...

  7. Aaron says:

    When I first came across Nancy Pearcey in 2007 it was through her ground breaking book Total Truth At the time many were comparing her to Francis Schaefferand for good reasons She had studied at L Abri under Schaeffer and his influence on her appears to have left an indelible imprint upon her mind When I finished reading Total Truth I came to the agonizing conclusion that this was a rare instance of a disciple being above her master It s no exaggeration to say that I was agonizing ove When I first came across Nancy Pearcey in 2007 it was through her ground breaking book Total Truth At the time many were comparing her to Francis Schaefferand for good reasons She had studied at L Abri under Schaeffer and his influence on her appears to have left an indelible imprint upon her mind When I finished reading...

  8. Brian Watson says:

    This is one of the finest books on Christian apologetics available today It s great because it teaches the reader how to identify false worldviews It is not a compendium of various arguments for the existence of God, or defenses of various attacks launched at Christianity If you want solid books that offer such things, you may want to read Tim Keller s ...

  9. Bruce Cowan says:

    The following sentence made me laugh because it rings so true He allows us to live out the consequences of our idols in order to intensify the cognitive dissonance the mental stress of harboring concepts that contradict one another ultimately to press us to the point of making a deci...

  10. Frank Peters says:

    This is an excellent book on apologetics designed for a post modern age The entire structure of the book presumes that the people we talk to may be modernist or post modern, and thus does not presume a common ground Rather it looks at the presumptions of non or anti Christian world views and where they fail They will be at times inconsistent with the reality that we experience They will also be philosophically inconsistent like scientism, whose very basis contradicts its claims The apol This is an excellent book on apologetics designed for a post modern age The entire structure of the book presumes that the people we talk to may be modernist or post modern, and thus does not presume a common ground Rather it looks at the presumptions of non or anti Christian world views and where they fail They will be at times inconsistent with the reality th...