Tag Archives: Aristotle

2161. Renaissance Humanism and Luther’s Early Reforms – Dr. Timothy Dost, 8/4/17

Dr. Timothy Dost of Concordia Seminary-St. Louis

Renaissance Humanism in Support of the Gospel in Luther’s Early Correspondence: Taking All Things Captive

2. Christianity and Logic: Four Modes of Reasoning – Dr. Gregory Schulz, 5/5/16

schulzDr. Gregory Schulz of Concordia
University Wisconsin

The Problem of Suffering: A Father’s Hope

2. Christianity and Logic: Theories of Truth – Dr. Gregory Schulz, 4/29/16

schulzDr. Gregory Schulz of Concordia
University Wisconsin

The Problem of Suffering: A Father’s Hope

3. Christianity and Logic: Three Acts of the Mind – Dr. Gregory Schulz, 4/26/16

schulzDr. Gregory Schulz of Concordia
University Wisconsin

The Problem of Suffering: A Father’s Hope

1. Important Philosophers: Thomas Aquinas – Dr. Angus Menuge, 9/9/14

Dr. Angus Menuge of Concordia University-Wisconsin