Ignorance of Faith and Reason (Hart Quote)

Ignorance of Faith and Reason “One can believe that faith is mere credulous assent to unfounded premises, while reason consists in a pure obedience to empirical fact, only if one is largely ignorant of both.” David Bentley Hart ‘Atheist Delusions’
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Christianity and Scientific Revolution (Hart Quote)

Christianity and Scientific Revolution “Lest we forget, the birth of modern physics and cosmology was achieved by Galileo, Kepler, and Newton breaking free not from the close confining prison of faith (all three were believing Christians, of one sort or another) but from the in
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Most Violent Century (Hart Quote)

Most Violent Century ““We live now in the wake of the most monstrously violent century in human history, during which the secular order (on both the political right and the political left), freed from the authority of religion, showed itself willing to kill on an unprecedented s
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Nothing Inherently Reasonable

Nothing Inherently Reasonable “There is, after all, nothing inherently reasonable in the conviction that all of reality is simply an accidental confluence of physical causes, without any transcendent source or end. Materialism is not a fact of experience or a deduction of logic; it is
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