Questioning our Knowledge: Can We Know What We Need to Know?


The Quest for Reality and Significance: 3

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SKU: 9781912721115
Author: David Gooding & John Lennox
Pages: 410
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Myrtlefield House
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Quest for Reality and Significance: 3

What is real? What matters? Do we have any ultimate purpose?

We need a coherent picture of our world. Life’s realities won’t let us ignore its fundamental questions, but with so many opposing views, how will we choose answers that are reliable? In this series of books, David Gooding and John Lennox offer a fair analysis of religious and philosophical attempts to find the truth about the world and our place in it. By listening to the Bible alongside other leading voices, they show that it is not only answering life’s biggest questions—it is asking better questions than we ever thought to ask.

In Book 3 – Questioning Our Knowledge, Gooding and Lennox discuss how we could know whether any of these competing worldviews are true. What is truth anyway, and is it absolute? How would we recognize truth if we encountered it? Beneath these questions lies another that affects science, philosophy, ethics, literature and our everyday lives: how do we know anything at all?

Book 1:  Being Truly Human: The Limits of Our Worth, Power, Freedom and Destiny
Book 2: Finding Ultimate Reality: In Search of the Best Answers for the Biggest Questions
Book 4: Doing What’s Right: Whose System of Ethics is Good Enough?
Book 5: Claiming to Answer: How One Person Became the Response to Our Deepest Questions
Book 6: Suffering Life’s Pain: Facing the Problem of Moral and Natural Evil


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