Peter J. Kreeft
Peter J. Kreeft is Professor of Philosophy at Boston College and a member of the Board of Advisors for the Center on Culture and Civil Society at the Independent Institute. He received his Ph.D. in philosophy from Fordham University and has taught at Villanova University, St. Peters College, Haverford College, Rosemont College, La Salle College, St. Josephs College, St. Charles Seminary, Emmanuel College, Regis College, Newton College of the Sacred Heart, Boston State College, Berklee College of Music, Cambridge Center for Adult Education, Boston Center for Adult Education, Jesuit Center for Adult Education, Gordon College, St. Johns Seminary, and Our Lady of Grace Seminary.
Professor Kreeft's books include C.S. Lewis: A Critical Essay; Love is Stronger than Death; Heaven, the Hearts Dearest Longing; Everything you Ever Wanted to Know About Heaven; Between Heaven and Hell; The Unaborted Socrates; The Best Things in Life; Philosophical QuestIons; Yes or No? Straight Answers to Tough Questions about Christianity; Prayer: the Great Conversation; Back to Virtue; Making Sense out of Suffering; Socrates Meets Jesus; A Turn of the Clock; The God Who Loves You; Fundamentals of the Faith; Advent: Meditations for the Season; Two Arguments from the Heart for Immortality; Letters to Jesus: Answered; Three Philosophies of Life; Does God Exist?; Making Choices; You Can Understand the Old Testament; Reading and Praying the New Testament; Summa of the Sumni; A Shorter Summa; ChristIanity for Modern Pagans; The Snakebite Letters; Handbook of Christian Apologetics; Your Questions. Gods Answers; Shadowlands of C.S. Lewis; Women and the Priesthood; The Angeiand the Ant; C.S. Lewis for the Third Millennium; Angels and Demons; Ecumenical Jihad; The Journey; A Refutation of Moral Relativism; Prayer for Beginners; Catholic Christianity; Socratic Logic; How To Win The Culture War; and Three Approaches to Abortion.