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Book Review: Philosophy and the Christian

January 17th, 2019 | 5 min read

By Nathan Luis Cartagena

By Nathan L. Cartagena

In high school, I rarely took classes with other Christians. This wasn’t intentional. It was the outcome of taking “advanced courses” in a school with “advanced students” who had rejected Christianity by middle school. So though I craved the presence of other Christians—a presence which Dietrich Bonhoeffer observes ‘is a source of incomparable joy and strength to the believer”—it wasn’t to be had.

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Nathan Luis Cartagena

Nathan Luis Cartagena (PhD. Baylor University) is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Wheaton College (IL). He teaches courses on race, justice, critical race theory, and military ethics.