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Philosophie.




Se moquer de la philosophie, c’est vraiment philosopher. (Pascal - Pensées)

auteurs
Création et science: l'œuvre de Stanley L. Jaki. Ellen Myers
The Maimonides Phenomena. Louise Guay
Francis Schaeffer, une vie, une pensée Pierre Berthoud




Réflexions
La vérité (tiré de Dieu, illusion ou réalité. ch. 3) Francis Schaeffer
La notion d'aliénation chez Marx. Paul Gosselin
Problems with Ethics in an Evolutionary / Materialistic World-view. Paul Gosselin
Juger ou ne pas juger ? Paul Gosselin
A philosophical question: Does Evolution have a hard core? Paul Gosselin
Confusions et nuances: le rapport science / religion. Paul Gosselin
Petites phrases assassines. Christian Bourgeois
La Science dans le cadre des origines. Didier Gasser
Les athées et ma sécheuse. François Ménard
Le théologien interroge le philosophe. AW Tozer
Moral Absolutes: An Exchange with Atheist Paul Baird and Paul Gosselin
La philosophie du chien. Phydon de Thessalonique
A Dog’s philosophy. Phydon of Thessaloniki
La vision chretienne du monde. Henri Lüscher
Démission de la raison. (Ebook, PDF) Francis Schaeffer
Êtes-vous un évangélique éduqué et handicapé intellectuel? Paul Gosselin
Inklings Odd-Ballery: A Review of Worlds Apart. Paul Gosselin
Abolition of Man (Ebook, PDF) CS Lewis
Artistide, le philosophe (2e siècle) Apologie d'Aristide. (PDF)
Athéisme confondu. (1655) Raimond Gaches (PDF)
The Malaise of Modernity (1991) by Charles Taylor: A Reveiw. Paul Gosselin
Minucius Félix (197 ap. JC) Octavius: Dialogue philosophique. (Ebook format PDF)





Ressources Internet

Evangelical Philosophical Society
The Gentle Darwinians: What Darwin’s Champions won’t Mention. Peter Quinn (comparaison intéressante des attitudes de nos élites vers deux penseurs majeurs du 19e siècle, Nietschze et Darwin)
Vern Sheridan Poythress (2013) Logic: A God-Centered Approach to the Foundation of Western Thought. Crossway (Ebook format PDF)
Schaeffer, Francis (1968) Démission de la Raison.(Ebook PDF)
Schaeffer, Francis (1976) Héritage du christianisme face au XXIe siècle / How Should We Then Live? (Ebook PDF)




Francis Schaeffer
"The thinkers in our society have been admitting for a long time that they; have no final answers at all. Take Woody Allen, for example. Most people know him as a comedian, but he has thought through where mankind stands after the "religious answers" have been abandoned. In an article in Esquire (May 1977), he says that man is left with:

    «…alienation, loneliness [and] emptiness verging on madness… The fundamental thing behind all motivation and all activity is the constant struggle against annihilation and against death. It's absolutely stupefying in its terror, and it renders anyone's accomplishments meaningless. As Camus wrote, it's not only that he (the individual) dies, or that man (as a whole) dies, but that you struggle to do a work of art that will last and then you realize that the universe itself is not going to exist after a period of time. Until those issues are resolved within each person - religiously or psychologically or existentially - the social and political issues will never be resolved, except in a slap-dash way.»
    Allen sums up his view in his film Annie Hall with these words: "Life is divided into the horrible and the miserable." Many would like to dismiss this sort of statement as coming from one who is merely a pessimist by temperament, one who sees life without the benefit of a sense of humor. Woody Allen does not allow us that luxury. He speaks as a human being who has simply looked life in the face and has the courage to say what he sees. If there is no personal God, nothing beyond what our eyes can see and our hands can touch, then Woody Allen is right: life is both meaningless and terrifying."
    (pp. 354-355 in Schaeffer, Francis A. "The Complete Works of Francis Schaeffer: A Christian Worldview. Volume V: A Christian View of the West." Crossway Books Wheaton IL 1982/1994 567 p.)

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"Mieux vaut aller dans une maison de deuil que d'aller dans une maison de festin; car c'est là la fin de tout homme, et celui qui vit prend la chose à cœur. Mieux vaut le chagrin que le rire; car avec un visage triste le coeur peut être content. Le cœur des sages est dans la maison de deuil, et le cœur des insensés dans la maison de joie. Mieux vaut entendre la réprimande du sage que d'entendre le chant des insensés. Car comme le bruit des épines sous la chaudière, ainsi est le rire des insensés. C'est encore là une vanité." (Ecclésiaste 7: 2-6)


"Les yeux de l'un et de l'autre s'ouvrirent, ils connurent qu'ils étaient nus…" (Genèse 3: 7a)