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The Freedom of Authority: Essays in Apologetics
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The Freedom of Authority: Essays in Apologetics

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Macmillan Co., Macmillan and Co. 1905

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Overview

Take a dialectic approach to apologetics with The Freedom of Authority: Essays in Apologetics. German philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel greatly influenced J. Macbride Sterrett. In these essays, Sterrett employs Hegel’s dialectic method in the defense of Christian beliefs. His reflections will help you interact with some of the most complicated ideas in twentieth-century philosophy.

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Key Features

  • Takes a dialectic approach to apologetics
  • Employs Hegel’s dialectic method in the defense of Christian beliefs
  • Helps Christians interact with some of the most complicated ideas in twentieth-century philosophy

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About J. Macbride Sterrett

J. Macbride Sterrett was the head professor of philosophy at George Washington University. He was a Hegelian scholar and author of The Freedom of Authority: Essays in Apologetics, Studies in Hegel’s Philosophy of Religion, and The Ethics of Hegel.

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