Ask Me Anything 2
Dear Professor Theophilus... Go ahead, ask. A professor of government and philosophy at the University of Texas, Dr. J. Budziszewski (aka Professor Theophilus) answers your piercing, real life questionsthe same urgent questions he receives from students on campus or through...
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Dear Professor Theophilus... Go ahead, ask.
A professor of government and philosophy at the University of Texas, Dr. J. Budziszewski (aka Professor Theophilus) answers your piercing, real life questionsthe same urgent questions he receives from students on campus or through his regular column on the webzine, boundless.org. Resolve the questions central to your identity and worldview. Ask Me Anything will help you achieve personal insight about controversial topics and defend your point of view to a skeptical world.
College students have real questions about real-life issues. Professor Theophilus offers answers in a completely fresh way from a Christian standpoint. Sixteen dialogues about college life for Christians cover topics such as faith and reasoning, love and sex, and much more.
J. Budziszewski (Ph.D., Yale University) is a professor in the departments of Government and Philosophy at the University of Texas at Austin. Budziszewski is an ethical and political philosopher. He is also a nationally-known authority on the tradition of Natural Law, which is germane to intelligent design because natural teleology is at heart a design concept.
Much of his work focuses on the repression of moral knowledge -- on what goes wrong when we try to convince ourselves that we don't know what we really do. Another of his interests is the intersection of philosophy with theology. Budziszewski's books include Ask me anything (two volumes), Evangelicals in the Public Square (2006), What We Can't Not Know: A Guide (2003), The Revenge of Conscience: Politics and the Fall of Man (1999), and Written on the Heart: The Case for Natural Law (1997), which received a Christianity Today book award. Budziszewski's works appear in both scholarly and popular venues, and he has also written several books for young people.-Editorial Review.