Establishing a case for the rationality of Christianity, Peters philosophically analyzes the thought of Augustine and Blaise Pascal alongside that of skeptic David Hume to show the importance of harmonizing the head and heart in matters of faith. He discovers a balance between the Enlightenment's overemphasis on reason alone and postmodernism's espousal of interpretive freedom. 300 pages, softcover from Baker.
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