Philosophy majors are ‘a happy lot’. According to a BBC News report, they have the highest “overall satisfaction” in their university education—more than “history, archeology, physical science, biology, and English-based studies” (link). Not only do they learn to think and reason critically—a skill that makes them out score virtually every other discipline on admission tests to prestigious graduate programs (link)—but philosophy majors also have the unique opportunity to explore the answers to life’s ultimate questions with the world’s greatest philosophers: Plato, Aquinas, Descartes, and a host of others.

Tyndale Philosophy is about these things and more. Our aim is to train you to think about the world and its intellectual and moral complexities as the Lord himself thinks about them. As the Apostle Paul warns, we are not to “conform any longer to the pattern of this world, but instead be transformed by the renewing of your mind” (Roman 12:2). In your courses with us, you will be encouraged to develop the intellectual skills to love God with your mind, while being equipped to pursue further university work in such areas as philosophy, ethics, law, education, business, and theology. Philosophy is considered one of the most difficult academic disciplines for a reason. It can take a lot of time to get into its specifics, which students often don't have. In order to pass various philosophy essays on time and still get good grades, you need to use the help of essay writer experts. They won't help you study and understand all the intricacies of different philosophical systems and currents, but they will provide you with help in writing the required research papers. It is enough just to leave a request to our managers and get a ready work in the specified time. Try it and see how much easier it is to study with our service.

We hope you will be encouraged to read further on our website, and catch a glimpse of our unique vision and the teaching, scholarship, and student success that has flowed from it.

Blessings in Christ,

Richard B. Davis (Department Chair)
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