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Faith

T Penelhum
Faith

Faith

T Penelhum

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The selections in this anthology cover major classical and modern contributions to the debate on faith and reason, with brief Biblical extracts. They range from classical presentations of faith by Aquinas, Luther and Kierkegaard to modern interpretations by Malcolm, Swinburne and Baier.

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The selections in this anthology cover major classical and modern contributions to the debate on faith and reason, with brief Biblical extracts. They range from classical presentations of faith by Aquinas, Luther and Kierkegaard to modern interpretations by Malcolm, Swinburne and Baier.
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Table Of Contents

  • Part 1: Abraham And Isaac
  • The Saying Of Jesus
  • The Letter To The Hebrews. Part 2: On Faith, St.thomas Aquinas
  • The Freedom Of Christian, Martin Luther
  • From The "apology For The Christian Religion", Blaise Pascal
  • Upon The Ignorance Of Man, Joseph Butler
  • Truth And Subjectivity, Soren Kierkegaard
  • Part 3: Faith, F.r.tenant
  • The Analysis Of Faith In St.thomas Aquinas", Terence Penelhum
  • Two Of Kierkegaard's Uses Of "paradox", R.t.herbert. Part 4: The
  • Establishment Of Dogma, J.m.e.mctaggart
  • Free Man's Worship, Bertrand Russell
  • The Agnostic's Dilemma", Norwood Russell Hanson. Part 5: Seeing - As
  • Religious Experience, John Hick
  • The Groundlessness Of Belief, Norman Malcolm
  • The Nature Of Faith", Richard Swinburne
  • Secular Faith", Annette Baier.

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Product Details
  • Catalogue Code 67918
  • Product Code 0023937211
  • EAN 9780023937217
  • Pages 250
  • Department Academic
  • Category Philosophy
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Macmillan Inc
  • Publication Date Nov 1988
  • Dimensions 235 x 150 x 14 mm
  • Weight 0.324kg

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