Explores "virtue" and whether it should be the goal of life for Christians.
Explores how knowledge can be possible when rational people embrace different ideas.
Discusses the importance of being a a philosopher throughout life.
Examines three methods of knowing: empiricism; rationalism, and one understood by Augustine.
Examines various options for thinking about material things.
Argues that presuppositions are central to all thought and action.
Discusses the definition of 'proof' and compares the validity of everyday experience with mathematical proof.
Discusses the nature of knowledge and the project of philosopher Thomas Reid.
Discusses social and cultural beliefs that have become so ingrained in our cultural psyche that we cannot see them for what they are.
Proposes that people are born truth-detectors and that they are very good at it.
Discusses the shift from the view of the natural world as chaotic and to ordered and the ramifications of that shift for Western civilization.
Gives advice to graduating seniors who desire to become wise.
Explores the ways in which intellectual culture affects finding meaning.
Explores the difference between literature and philosophy.
Relates a personal journey from doubt to belief.
Discusses how our culture and Christians view "Truth" and describes the responsibility of the Truth seeker.
Explores Christianity's claims as a valid and coherent worldview.
Explores the question, "Why would a Christian care to read non-Christian and even anti-Christian thinkers?"
Compares modern Christianity and ancient pagan idolatry.
Asks whether we can find a vision of life that is true.