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  • Posted February 14, 2010

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    In my estimation, the sub-title of the book was somewhat misleading. I reads, "The Reconciliation of Faith and Reason." The book offers no comprehensive, philosophical account of the reconciliation of faith and reason, or even a detailed explication of the 'problem of faith and reason.' But here is a sort of roundabout explanation of why I have called the sub-title "somewhat misleading": It seems hardly fair to criticize the book on the grounds that it lacks typical philosophical rigor when the purpose of the book is more biographical than argumentative. The book is an attempt - a wonderful attempt - to allow Christian philosophers to describe their journeys of faith. Primarily, these Christian philosophers discuss how they approach and do philosophy, all within the context of recording their journey into Christian theism.

    For young Christian philosophers, like myself, this book can be a great encouragement, and so I recommend it to them. The book can also be an interesting read and encouragement for philosophers of other faiths, and even for those with no religious convictions. A great and intriguing read.

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