• The One and the Many

  • Studies in the Philosophy of Order and Ultimacy
  • By: Rousas John Rushdoony
  • Narrated by: Nathan Conkey
  • Length: 15 hrs and 52 mins
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Publisher's Summary

The question of where ultimacy lies should be central to the Christian. It is easy to see the social implications of allowing priority to fall to either the one or the many. This volume examines in-depth the Christian solution to the problem of the one and the many—the Trinitarian God. Only in the godhead is this dilemma resolved. Only in the Trinity does there reside an equal ultimacy of unity and plurality. Rushdoony examines the history of Western thought from the standpoint of the one and the many and demonstrates clearly that the most astute thinkers were unable to resolve this philosophical conflict. What is needed now is a complete return to the Trinitarian view of God and its implications for a Christian social order.

©1971, 2007 Chalcedon Foundation (P)2022 Chalcedon Foundation

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