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Between Allah & Jesus: What Christians Can Learn from Muslims.

By: Kreeft, Peter

Price: $8.00

Publisher: Downer's Grove, Illinois., InterVarsity Press.: 2010

Seller ID: 20596

ISBN: 0830837469

Condition: Fine


188 pp. A series of "fictional dialogues between a pious Muslim ['Isa Ben Adam] and various Christians" who hold a serious dialogue in order to build bridges and further a deeper understanding. View more info

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Handbook of Catholic Apologetics: Reasoned Answers to Questions of Faith.

By: Kreeft, Peter J. and Fr. Ronald K. Tacelli SJ.

Price: $15.75

Publisher: San Francisco, California., Ignatius Press.: 2009

Seller ID: 33062

ISBN: 1586172794

Condition: Fine


8vo - 23 x 15 cm.; 493 pp. This is an expanded Catholic edition of the popular book, "Handbook of Christian Apologetics" published in 1994. Each of the 17 chapters begins with a very handy and concise 1 page outline in point form. Eight page bibliography, a 21 page subject index and a 5 page Scripture index. An as-new and unused book. View more info

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The Angel and the Ants: Bringing Heaven Closer to Your Daily Life.

By: Kreeft, Peter.

Price: $6.75

Publisher: Ann Arbor, Michigan., Servant Publications / Charis Books.:

Seller ID: 30445

ISBN: 0892838817

Condition: Near Fine


8vo - 20 x 13 cm.; 196 pp. From the author's introduction: "God is infinitely farther above us than we are above ants; farther than angels are above ants. We are far less than ants compared to God, but we are infinitely precious sub-ants." Very minor wear to the covers, else fine. View more info

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Making Sense Out of Suffering.

By: Kreeft, Peter.

Price: $6.30

Publisher: Ann Arbor, Michigan., Servant Books.: 1991

Seller ID: 28095

ISBN: 0892832193

Condition: Very Good


8vo - 20.5 x 13.5 cm.; ix - 184 pp. First published in 1986, this is the eighth printing. Three page foreword by Sheldon Vanauken and from that foreword: ". . . he (Kreeft) tackles the hardest subject in the world . . . He guides us among the explanations that other men, experts perhaps, have arrived at to explain the mystery, and shows us where they fall short." Light wear to the covers and with a crease on the lower front fore cover, otherwise 'tis clean with a tight binding. View more info

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Socratic Logic. A Logic Text Using Socratic Method, Platonic Questions, & Aristotelian Principles. Edition 3.1.

By: Kreeft, Peter. (edited by Trent Dougherty).

Price: $27.00

Publisher: South Bend, Indiana., St. Augustine's Press.: 2010

Seller ID: 33140

ISBN: 1587318083

Condition: Fine with no dust jacket


8vo - 22.5 x 15 cm.; x - 400 pp. Glossy paper over boards with no dust jacket as issued. First published in 2004, this is the second printing of edition 3.1. From the title page: "Modeling Socrates as the ideal teacher for the beginner and Socratic method as the ideal teacher. Introducing philosophical issues along with logic by being philosophical about logic and logical abut philosophy. Presenting a complete system of classical Aristotelian logic, the logic of ordinary language and the four language arts, reading, writing, listening and speaking." One appendix, "Problems with Mat... View more info

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Socratic Logic. A Logic Text Using Socratic Method, Platonic Questions, & Aristotelian Principles. Edition 3.1.

By: Kreeft, Peter. (edited by Trent Dougherty).

Price: $27.00

Publisher: South Bend, Indiana., St. Augustine's Press.: 2010

Seller ID: 33141

ISBN: 1587318083

Condition: Fine with no dust jacket


8vo - 22.5 x 15 cm.; x - 400 pp. Glossy paper over boards with no dust jacket as issued. First published in 2004, this is the second printing of edition 3.1. From the title page: "Modeling Socrates as the ideal teacher for the beginner and Socratic method as the ideal teacher. Introducing philosophical issues along with logic by being philosophical about logic and logical abut philosophy. Presenting a complete system of classical Aristotelian logic, the logic of ordinary language and the four language arts, reading, writing, listening and speaking." One appendix, "Problems with Mat... View more info