This 2004 book argues for both integrity of reason and integrity of transcendence in discourse about God.
Table of Contents
1. A reconnaissance of theology and epistemology; 2. Theology and the lure of obscurity; 3. Philosophy's perpetual polarizations: Anti-realism and Realism; 4. Philosophy's perpetual polarizations: making and finding; 5. Philosophy's perpetual polarizations: act and being; 6. The Kantian inversion of 'all previous philosophy'; 7. Tragedy, empirical history and finality; 8. Penultimacy and Christology.
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