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The Quest for Rational Faith By Bill DeArmond
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The Quest for Rational Faith explores similar beliefs across several different spiritual traditions, in an effort to find common ground for an inclusive spirituality that transcends dogma.
Explorations of Faith By Domenic Marbaniang
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Explorations of Faith is a study of the Heroes of Faith in Hebrews 11. It makes a deep theological analysis of the Biblical concept of Faith and pursues an understanding of it through the experiences... More > and lives of these ordinary men and women with faith in an extraordinary God.< Less
Explorations of Faith: Studies of the Heroes of Faith in Hebrews 11 By Domenic Marbaniang
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Explorations of Faith is a study of the Heroes of Faith in Hebrews 11. It makes a deep theological analysis of the Biblical concept of Faith and pursues an understanding of it through the experiences... More > and lives of these ordinary men and women with faith in an extraordinary God.< Less
The Logic of Faith: The Scales of Reason By Domenic Marbaniang
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This book written by Indian author and professor, Domenic Marbaniang, investigates the rational evidences for the Christian Faith. Domenic holds an MA, MPhil, and PhD in Philosophy and is the author... More > of several publications in the field of religion and philosophy.< Less
Faith Based on Universal Truths & Science: Spiritual Humanism By Chanele TheRockStar
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Humanism is a tradition of values that emphasizes the importance of human dignity, virtue, capabilities, and concerns. It does not directly consider the question of the existence of God, but rather... More > the morality and ethics of human conduct; for humanists, the morality of the individual’s conduct remains a crucial consideration whether or not a god exists, hence there are both theist and atheist humanists. Of the ethics which underlay humanist philosophy, rationality is strongly emphasized: those who follow this philosophy strive to base all of their convictions, religious or secular, on sound evidence and reasoning.< Less
The Goodness of Religion: An agnostic look at blind faith By Ron Kosary
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Must we all join a religion? With dozens of organized belief structures available worldwide, choosing the correct path may seem arbitrary. Perhaps there is an aspect of faith the rest of us just do... More > not understand. One thing is for sure, this former Christian is tired of worship harassment. Beware! I take a step back and examine my old faith, define and classify varying levels of religious commitment, and rationalize why membership is so high. I also explore fate, science and technology, the infinity question of existence, what I believe, and what it truly means to be open-minded. The final pages of this book offer an extraordinarily alternative, yet peaceful but firm, solution to keep in mind as confronted by soliciting religion recruiters.< Less
On Ameliorating Confusion Surrounding Philosophy & How Science and Faith Fit into the Picture By Charles R. Hubbard
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“Strongly reasoned and provocative” - a Foundation in Manhattan on On Ameliorating Confusion Surrounding Philosophy & How Science and Faith Fit into the Picture. The book begins... More > with an independent Wittgenstein-like odyssey through meaning. It ends with a view of faith as enabling correct ontological belief, whereas reason cannot select an ontology among possibilities. In between are helpful perspectives on philosophical and scientific reflection. “…Marvel not that I said unto thee that ye must be born again. The wind bloweth where it listeth, and thou hearest the sound thereof, but canst not tell whence it cometh, and whither it goeth: so is everyone that is born of the spirit….If I have told you earthly things, and ye believe not, how shall you believe, if I tell you of heavenly things?” -Jesus< Less
Don't Let Science Get You Down, Timothy: A Light-hearted (but Deadly Serious) Dialogue on Science, Faith, and Culture By Jean Drew, Sandi Venable
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“Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind.” As Albert Einstein explained this, his own creed: “A religious person is devout in the sense that he has no... More > doubt of the significance of those superpersonal objects and goals which neither require nor are capable of rational foundation.” Einstein — father of relativity theory and of the light quantum — was a deeply religious person in this sense: He saw that faith and reason were inseparable. A hundred years after Einstein’s pioneering work, his sense of the inseparability of faith and reason has been lost, replaced by a philosophic materialism that has penetrated modern-day science — which has recast the complementarity of faith and reason as the triumph of rationality over superstition. This book seeks to restore the proper relations between faith and reason. Its sources are Greek metaphysics and Judeo-Christian theology — the dual roots of the Western cultural tradition which gave birth to systematic science.< Less
Connecting The Dots Life Among the Clerks By David N. Campbell
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Only a very few people are able to connect the dots of information, data & experience and thus achieve understanding. The other 90% are The Clerks, unable to do so. They live by routines,the... More > status quo,conformity and in denial of observed reality,controlled by unquestioned faith, ignoring science and embracing emotion and feelings. Yet, we must live within their world and somehow survive, even though we are responsible for most human progress.< Less
God and Science By Matthew Edwards
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A compendium of writing by the twentieth century's leading scientists on the unity to be found between religious belief and the scientific method. Nobel Laureates, physicists, biologists,... More > geneticists, astronomers, psychiatrists, Fellows of the Royal Society, physicians, chemists, mathematicians ...< Less