Taking students beyond classical mathematical logic, philosophical logic is a wide-ranging introduction to more advanced topics in the study of philosophical logic. Starting by contrasting familiar classical logic with constructivist or intuitionist logic, the book goes on to offer concise but easy to read introductions to such subjects as quantification and syllogistic logic, modal logic and set theory.
One with God
this book argues that deification and justification do not exclude each other and that the 1999 joint declaration between Catholics and Lutherans is a biblically, historically, and a theologically sound basis for further talks about salvation. read this book and know more
Responses to Some Questions Regarding Certain Aspect Of The Doctrine On The Church
Theological debate about the church has not only included the internal Catholic sphere but has frequently involved ecumenical dialogue, addressing the interior life of the Church and relations with relations with Christians of other confessions. This resource addresses basic aspects of Catholic doctrine with documented articles to offer a deeper understanding and an authoritative clarification on the difficulties and doubts arising from the discussions.
A Concise Guide To Catholic Social Teaching
Topics related to Catholic social teaching emerge regularly in American political and civil discourse, often connected to discussions about religious freedom, abortion, immigrant right, racism, capital punishment, and health care.
Yours is the Church
this book provides an urgently needed and eye-opening reminder of the historical witness, cultural greatness, moral leadership, and perennial relevance of the catholic church. Christianity has radically changed the world for the better. in a book that's both thoughtful and entertaining, Mike Aquilina shows how the Gospel really has been the good news in the most practical ways possible. Even the atheist ought to thank...whoever he thanks...for the rise of Christianity.