REVEILLE SCHOLAR LECTURES
In 1970 Dr. Montgomery was the visiting Reveille Scholar at the University of California - San Diego. This tape set is comprised of the series of lectures in which he developed a Christian approach to the study of the philosophy of history.
WHERE IS HISTORY GOING?
A critique of secular philosophers of history such as Marx, Spengler, and Toynbee, and presentation of a Christian philosophy of history.
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