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By John S. Feinberg


Can we all know it? many folks at the present time could say no–we can’t. This paradigmatic shift to relativism offers an immediate problem to the Christian’s witness and the problem needs to be answered.

In this well timed new source, famous student John Feinberg argues that fact is either actual and knowable, providing us a strong advisor to Christian apologetics for engagement with our international today.

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