by Gerry Ewert
Postmodernism has convinced people that there is no way to determine what is true. However, this is false and has led to the progressive erosion of civility in society, in part because what we assume determines what questions we ask and what we see ...
Realizing the Dream of a Whole Self by Christopher Bek
Existentialism Now brings the reader face to face with the stunning realization that each of us has total freedom and total responsibility for the entire world. Setting this realization of salvation in motion is easily arrived at by simply ...
An Inquiry into the Death of Western Democracy or, The Consequences of Philosophy by Curtis R. McManus
The Age of Nihilism explores the ruinous philosophies currently underwriting the devastating slow-motion implosion of Western civilization. Most Western democracies structure their social and political orders around a vague, poorly defined body of ...
A New Vision of the Soul Integrating Depth Psychology, Modern Neuroscience, and Ancient Christianity by John G. Shobris
While not all aspects of Carl Gustav Jung’s work have aged well, many of his ideas remain consistent with current concepts in behavioral psychology and neuroscience. Psychology of the Spirit reviews the lasting effects of Jung’s work and how it ...