Friday Sep 10, 2021

Abstract Of Christian Philosophy | The Intellectual Mind

Abstract Of Christian Philosophy | The Intellectual Mind


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When speaking of intellectuals, I will refer to that of the Christian intellect unless otherwise noted. The Christian intellectual must be willing to pursue the truth, despite the implications of the attainment thereof. While consequences should be weighted, denial of the truth is not an acceptable option if the results do not favor the person. This function, or integrity, should exist in both the Christian and the secular worlds. As Christians, we are taught ideas through biblical doctrine that stems from our denominational background. Teaching and learning are staple elements of the Christian life. But problems arise when we fail to consider the ramifications of our doctrine when carried to their end. This is a significant problem both scripturally and philosophically; we just press on as though our assumptions have no ultimate consequence. We have shown ourselves to be a most incoherent people, but we have every reason to be most coherent.  

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