As I shared in Interview: David Naugle on Worldview, I’ve engaged in periodic conversation with David NaugleÂ for quite some time to wrestle with “the heart” and the history of worldview. His recent publication Philosophy: A Student’s GuideÂ (Crossway, 2012) caught my attentionÂ as a valuable and short introductory resource (128 pages). As with the previous interview, I take full responsibility for the related pictures and links 🙂
Tom: David, Thank-you for once again sharing your time, gifts, and insights with us!Â I have really appreciated your earlier contributions regardingÂ Worldview: The History of a Concept (Eerdmans, 2002) and Reordered Love, Reordered Lives: Learning the Deep Meaning of HappinessÂ (Eerdmans, 2008).
Philosophy: A Student’s GuideÂ (Crossway, 2012) came to my attention when a colleague handed me a stack of publications from Crossway’s Reclaiming the Christian Intellectual Tradition series. Wow! Â Please share with Emerging Scholars the genesis of this series, it’s purpose, and the intended audience of your piece in particular?
David:Â Tom, my own involvement began when the chief editor of the series, Reclaiming the Christian Intellectual Tradition (RCIT), Dr. David Dockery, asked me to write the volume on philosophy. The original and continuing desire was to have a series of books on the major academic disciplines like the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities (CCCU) series (say, Music through the Eyes of Faith) and the Intercollegiate Studies InstituteÂ (ISI) series on the major disciplines. [Read more…] about Interview: David Naugle on Philosophy