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"Insofar as the essence of this philosophical spirituality is continuous with the essence of Christian spirituality, I am able to specify how . . . we can be utterly confident that it is wholly reasonable and good to affirm, give thanks for, live, and testify to faith in God."< br />—from the preface

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Kindle Edition, 188 pages
Published September 11th 2015 by Westminster John Knox Press
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“That is, if any proof for the existence of God were successful we would be dealing with a God who is the conclusion of a human argument, a God who is a valid inference of human reason, a God who is known reasonably only insofar as that God is within the grasp of human reason. According to Judaism, Christianity and all the rest of the world’s classic theistic faith traditions, any such god, any god drawn by human reason, would be a graven image, an idol.” 0 likes
“I am joining in the process of purging layers of dross from modern Western rationality, a process that in elite philosophical circles has led to the “theological turn.” I argue that this process is giving birth to a restored, spiritually attuned rationality, an awakened rationality that facilitates the unfolding of a philosophical spirituality.” 0 likes
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