Book Review: Philosophy Made Slightly Less Difficult, 2nd Ed. (DeWeese & Moreland)


I took an apologetics course in Bible College, and the teacher who taught that course took a philosophical angle that I didn’t expect. I know I encountered philosophy when I had read up on apologetics in college, but I was quite oblivious to it. Since then, I’ve wanted to dip my toe into philosophy, but where do I begin? I don’t want to read every philosopher just to have a decent grasp at philosophy. Thankfully Garrett DeWeese, professor of philosophy and philosophical theology at Biola University, and J. P. Moreland, Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at Biola University, have updated their second edition of make philosophy less difficult to understand, or at least more accessible.

Besides some minor corrections, in this new edition the authors have added material to several chapters, and they have included two new chapters: one on aesthetics (ch. 7) and one on philosophy of…

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