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Apologetics and Evangelism
Beauty: A Challenge to Naturalism, Bruce A. Little
Francis Schaeffer, Bruce A. Little
Christianity and the Arts
Christianity and Culture
Augustine for the 21st Century, Bruce Riley Ashford
Theology Engaging Culture, Bruce A. Little
Christianity and Science
A Few Thoughts about Theology & the Sciences, Bruce Riley Ashford
Science, Darwin and Christianity, Bruce A. Little
Is Christianity to Blame? The Ecological Complaint Against Christianity, Steven Bouma-Prediger
Theological Education for Ecological Sustainability, Calvin B. DeWitt
Education and Learning
A Student's Guide to Liberal Learning, James V. Schall, S. J.
The Lost Tools of Learning, Dorothy Sayers
Calibrating Our Moral Compasses, Mark Liederbach
How to Make Moral Decisions, David Cook
Secular Morality in Matters of Life and Death, David Cook
Street Corner Ethics, Mark Liederbach
Naturalism and the Crisis of the Soul, J.P. Moreland
Naturalism and How it is Affecting Culture, J.P. Moreland