Understanding Differing Worldviews: An Introduction to Philosophy


Plato, Aristotle, Socrates… Morons?

If you have a hard time understanding the philosophers, this course is perfect for you! An introductory overview to primary philosophers and their theories that have shaped the Western world’s mindset. This series brings the philosophers into a understandable place, giving the student a strong foundation in the basics of philosophy.


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Throughout history, great minds have reasoned over the fundamental nature of knowledge. For believers, the study of philosophy helps challenge and equip us to better understand and defend our own beliefs. This course offers an excellent opportunity to become acquainted with the primary philosophers and their writings that have shaped western culture. This course utilizes R.C Sproul’s book The Consequences of Ideas, and builds upon the concepts put forward. Looking at some of the most influential philosophers in history, Tim Hegg presents these concepts in an easy to understand way. This series is the material for the TorahResource Institute course “Understanding Differing Worldviews: An Introduction to Philosophy.”


• Looking at the most famous philosophers and the theories


• Understanding how these ideas affect believers


• Seeing the influence of these theories on our own culture



94 page spiral bound workbook;  R.C. Sproul’s Consequences of Ideas (Crossway, 2000), 14 audio lectures in MP3 format.

The Consequences of Ideas (Crossway, 2000) by R.C. Sproul can also be purchased separately

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Weight1.4 lbs
Dimensions11 × 8.5 × 1 in
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