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Grace and Truth in the Secular Age by Timothy Bradshaw
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Oct 11, 2008

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Yes, I'm reading theology. I at one time thought that an advantage of organized religion was that it kept the nutcases under control, and therefore the reading of theology could be left to those who specialize in reighing in nuts. It seems that I was wrong.

The book is a collection of essays from conservative Anglicans meant to be pondered prior to the 1998 Lamberth Conference. As a philosopher, I find all of the essays suspect, in particular the one that attacks philosophy. Nonetheless, some were better than others and I may discuss them on my blog in the future.

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