Posts tagged ‘philosophy’

Read and respond to The Reasons to Believe by Peter Kreeft.

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Read and respond to It can’t be wrong if it doesn’t hurt anyone by J. Budziszewski.

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Read and respond to Faith and Reason by Peter Kreeft.

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Read and respond to What’s Good About Sex? by J. Budziszewski.

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Read and respond to Can You Prove That God Exists? by Peter Kreeft.

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Read and respond to Can we be good without God? by J. Budziszewski.

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Read and respond to Science and Religion by Peter Kreeft.

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Read and respond to The Argument from the Divinity of Christ by Peter Kreeft.

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Read and respond to Who is Jesus? by Peter Kreeft.

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Jewish history and culture have affected many aspects of Western civilization: it literature, its art, its philosophy. One small measure of this is the use of traditionally Jewish names. Abraham Lincoln was named for a Jewish patriarch. So was Noah Webster. Many people today have traditionally Jewish names, such as Adam, Luke, Joshua, Rachel, Sarah, Deborah, Naomi, and Nathan.

List as many well-known people as you can who carry Jewish names.

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