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Faith within reason

Faith within reason
Can Philosophers learn from theologians? Is it possible to be both a good Christian and a good thinker? Can there be such a thing as reasonable faith?
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ISBN/EAN: 9780826495471
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Publisher: Continuum
Author: McCabe Herbert
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Classical theism is a complex mix of elements and in modern times, it has come under increasing pressure both from the side of philosophy and from faith. Christian thinkers from early times claimed that God's reply to Moses from the burning bush - I AM THAT I AM - proved the legitimacy of making a connection to philosophical ideas of Being. But as McCabe argues, Aquinas in the light of this insisted that the best possible name for God was HE WHO IS. Educated in the Thomist tradition, McCabe struggled with these issues with brilliance and originality and in this new book of unpublished writings argues forcibly and convincingly that the Aquinas tradition is something for modern men and women.
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