A person who works hard at understanding will love wisdom - that’s what philosophy literally means.
The history of philosophy is better as a way to acquaint oneself with philosophy and to discover its usefulness for a Christian.
We often – all of us – have misconceptions about things of which we have little knowledge of.
As I began to discover the importance of apologetics in Christian history, as well as in my own understanding of evangelism and strengthening the faith of myself and other Christians, I began to realize that philosophy had been the key element to quality apologetics. I realized that I didn’t know what philosophy was; I had a definition that was wrong, a conception that was wrong.
An assertion minus support does not an argument make.
If natural selection were true, then one cannot know what evil is and that something is evil - evil isn't real.
The problem with the discussion on autonomous human reason is that much is assumed and little is explained about what “autonomous” means, and what “reason” is.
One of the easiest, most commonly used logical fallacy in arguments today is when people resort to attacking another through name calling and character bashing rather than arguing the issues at hand
Wisdom has less to do with how much one knows and more to do with how one uses the knowledge one has...Knowledge is necessary for wisdom, but it is not sufficient. Wisdom is knowledge applied. Mark Foreman, Prelude to Philosophy
A survey through the history of philosophy illustrates the fact that many of today's reigning ideas are often yesterday's thoughts re-worked and re-packaged.