The Mystery of Reason
Investigates the enterprise of human thought searching for God. First it examines the tools that reason has at its disposal, and charts how these tools have been employed from biblical times, through the patristic, medieval and post-reformation periods, into modern times. People have always found stepping-stones to God's existence carved in the world and in the human condition. Human reason may still offer convincing proofs for God’s existence even in the scientific, post-Darwinian age in which we live.This book shows that human thought can connect with God and with other aspects of religious experience.
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