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message 1: by Denise (last edited Jan 05, 2009 08:45PM) (new)

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"The relationship between theology and philosophy is akin to the relationship between siblings, they are either the best of friends or the worst of enemies, depending on the situation and who else is in the room."
[For Faith and Clarity, James K. Beilby, editor;
Introduction,"The Contribution of Philosophy to Theology", James K. Beilby:]

"Like siblings, philosophy and theology share a common genetic bond - the search for truth, beauty, goodness, and understanding. Nevertheless, differences in personality, environment, methodology, and presuppositions create an aura of suspicion that often emerges when the two disciplines enter into conversation."

message 2: by Lori (new)

Lori | 1 comments I realize I'm late to the party. I'm a CC director and am offering a summer reading club: Sophie's World. I'm looking for resources to lead the club intelligently. Can you help?

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