Philosophy in Seven Sentences: A Small Introduction to a Vast Topic
by Douglas Groothuis
IVP Academic, 2016
(159 pages, $16.00, paperback)
reviewed by Donald T. WilliamsPhilosophers are not known for their economy or their clarity with words—unless they achieve it by switching to even more obscure forms of communication, such as symbolic logic. So Denver Seminary philosopher and apologist Douglas Groothuis deserves marks for audacity if nothing else for attempting to introduce us to philosophy in only seven sentences. It is not, of course, that his book is only seven sentences long. But he doe . . .
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