Without a Prayer: Ayn Rand and the Close of Her System $27.95

John W. Robbins
Hardback, 350 pages, 1997

Without a Prayer has been praised by U.S. Representative Ron Paul ("A brilliantly insightful analysis of Ayn Rand's influential philosophy"); Edmund Opitz of the Foundation for Economic Education ("A well-structured argument is a work of art; to follow this one is an exhilarating experience"); D. James Kennedy ("This is a powerful book--a book of strong reasoning, sound apologetics, passionate persuasion, and brilliant logic"); and Jay E. Adams ("His chapters on epistemology and on values are worth the price of the book"). Dr. Robbins discusses not only the philosophy of Ayn Rand, but also criticizes the principal books of her disciples.

Contents:
The Atheist's Creed; Foreword; The Objectivist Canon; The Meanings of Reason; Imagining Truth: Objectivist Epistemology; Imagining Gods: Objectivist Theology; Imagining Values: Objectivist Ethics; Imagining Justice, Peace, and Freedom: Objectivist Politics; Ayn Rand and the Close of Her System

Appendixes: The Ominous Parallels; Objectivism: The Philosophy of Ayn Rand; The Evidence of the Senses; God and Logic; Science and Truth; Kant and Old Testament Ethics; Christ and Civilization; An Introduction to Gordon H. Clark; Bibliography; Index.

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