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Reason and the reasons of faith

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T. & T. Clark
Griffiths, Paul J. & Hutter, Reinhard
The purpose of this volume is to inquire into the reasons of faith in order to offer theological resources to address constructively the double crisis of faith in reason and reason in faith. First, it looks into the theological constitution of reason; second, into reason as one specific faculty of human being; third, into the significance of the philosophical shifts of modernity for theology; and fourth, into the importance of philosophy for theological inquiry. (The book is in the series "Theology for the Twenty-first century.)

Hardback with dust-jacket
374 pages
Condition: almost as new: there are some annotations in biro on the rear fly-leaf, and the owner's name at the front.

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Author(s):
Griffiths, Paul J. & Hutter, Reinhard
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
23.5 x 16 cm.
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0567028305
ISBN-13:
9780567028303
Number of pages:
374
Publisher:
T & T Clark
Title:
Reason and the reasons of faith

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T. & T. Clark
Griffiths, Paul J. & Hutter, Reinhard
The purpose of this volume is to inquire into the reasons of faith in order to offer theological resources to address constructively the double crisis of faith in reason and reason in faith. First, it looks into the theological constitution of reason; second, into reason as one specific faculty of human being; third, into the significance of the philosophical shifts of modernity for theology; and fourth, into the importance of philosophy for theological inquiry. (The book is in the series "Theology for the Twenty-first century.)

Hardback with dust-jacket
374 pages
Condition: almost as new: there are some annotations in biro on the rear fly-leaf, and the owner's name at the front.

Author(s):
Griffiths, Paul J. & Hutter, Reinhard
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
23.5 x 16 cm.
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0567028305
ISBN-13:
9780567028303
Number of pages:
374
Publisher:
T & T Clark
Title:
Reason and the reasons of faith

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