Groothuis' Textbooks for Next Year
May 14, 2009 by Doug Groothuis | 0 Comments
Since some students like a head start on the reading for my notoriously reading-heavy courses, here is a list of the textbooks I am using for the fall term at Denver Seminary.
PR 501: Defending Christian Faith
- D. Groothuis, Truth Decay
- D. Groothuis On Jesus
- William Lane Craig, Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, God? A Debate
- J. Sire, The Universe Next Door, 4th ed.
- F. Beckwith, et al, To Everyone An Answer
- D. Groothuis, On Pascal
- F. Schaeffer, The God Who is There
- D Groothuis, Are All Religions One? Booklet.
- Blaise Pascal, Pensées (Penguin)
- Os Guinness, Unspeakable
- D. Groothuis, Jesus in an Age of Controversy
- J. Sennett, D. Groothuis, eds. In Defense of Natural Theology
- WL Craig, Resonable Faith, 3rd ed.
- F. Schaeffer, How Shall We Then Live?
PR664: Religious Pluralism
- Steven Prothero, Religious Literacy
- Win Corduan, Neighboring Faiths
- Van Voorst, Anthology of Religious Scripture, most recent edition
- Harold Netland, Encountering Religious Pluralism
- Mark Gabriel, Jesus and Mohammad
- Win Corduan, The Tapestry of Faiths
- Harold Netland, Dissonant Voices
- Phillip Jenkins, The Next Christendom; The New Faces of Christianity
- Bart Gruzalski, On The Buddha
- Mark Gabriel, Islam and Terrorism; Islam and the Jews
Dynamics of Faith and Doubt
- Francis Schaeffer, True Spirituality.
- Os Guinness, God in the Dark.
- Ajith Fernando, Through Joy and Pain. Discovery House
- C.S. Lewis, The Screwtape Letters.
Book report book (student picks one)
- C.S. Lewis, A Grief Observed
- Nicholas Wolterstorff, Lament for a Son
- Michael Card, A Sacred Sorrow