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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
Faith the Victory By John McGill & Dr William Peters
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Faith The Victory by Bishop John McGill, Confederate Bishop of Richmond, Virginia, was written for Catholics in the Confederate States of America due to the dearth of Catholic books caused by the... More > Yankee blockade. He writes: “The actual condition of the country, because of the deplorable and sanguinary war now waged, and of the blockade which is enforced, prevents us from procuring the many excellent works, which have been written and published elsewhere, for explaining and defending the doctrines of religion.” Bp. McGill presents an explanation of Catholic doctrine for Catholics and non-Catholics who hold to the old orthodox Protestant beliefs and traditions, and want to know more about the development and meaning of Christian doctrine. A non-polemical work, the Bishop provides a rational explanation of sometimes difficult subjects. It is a clear concise summary of doctrinal points of interest to all Christians, without being either too brief, or tedious.< 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 and reason Unified in the World of faith Phenomena By Sharon R. Bradley-Munn
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Faith and reason Unified in the World of faith Phenomena seeks to substantiate that although science or the school of thought can never fully comprehend the realm of faith, it can come closer to... More > understanding this unique domain through the study of its manifested properties, known as faith phenomena. This book seeks to establish that just as reason is not superior to faith, neither is faith inadequate to reason but rather each is a counter-part to the other, fulfilling their individual office while finding completion in the other. This book will ignite your spirit-man, as you endeavor to understand the immaterial substance of faith and world of miracles faith creates through a rational viewfinder.< Less
Travel Notes and Way Stations - A Rational Ethic, Vol I By Traumear
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We moderns are reluctant to accept that a truly creative motivation affectively underlies our various deplorable aggressions and depressions. This sums up our tragic predicament. It is as if a... More > special dispensation were required before we understand reality as not based on appearances but on faith and good spirit. In the presence of those who do understand, we are more likely to catch on, because our depression and aggression rubs off on them and ‘infects’ them, whereupon they deal with this, rationally, within themselves, before dealing with us then, mercifully. Their ethical behaviour, by personal example and good works, instils in us a desire for moral integrity and ethical power. We gain a sense of, a taste for, the satisfaction from doing good. We become capable of sustaining that extra dimension to our being which corresponds to the foundation of reality. If we choose, we can allow our thought-processes to be schooled as we read this work, so that we may be cleansed of the modern evil that is criticism.< Less
Travel Notes and Way Stations - A Rational Ethic, Vol II By Traumear
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We moderns are reluctant to accept that a truly creative motivation affectively underlies our various deplorable aggressions and depressions. This sums up our tragic predicament. It is as if a... More > special dispensation were required before we understand reality as not based on appearances but on faith and good spirit. In the presence of those who do understand, we are more likely to catch on, because our depression and aggression rubs off on them and ‘infects’ them, whereupon they deal with this, rationally, within themselves, before dealing with us then, mercifully. Their ethical behaviour, by personal example and good works, instils in us a desire for moral integrity and ethical power. We gain a sense of, a taste for, the satisfaction from doing good. We become capable of sustaining that extra dimension to our being which corresponds to the foundation of reality. If we choose, we can allow our thought-processes to be schooled as we read this work, so that we may be cleansed of the modern evil that is criticism.< Less
Kill Religion!: The Deserved Death of Faith By Ranty McRanterson
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Have you ever wondered why people have faith? Why don't they choose not to have faith? How does it help you to believe things for which no reasons or evidence can be provided? Is faith pure wish... More > fulfillment? Is it social conditioning, brainwashing, mind control? Imagine a world where no one had ever heard of Moses, the Buddha, Jesus, and Mohammed, but everyone had heard of Pythagoras, Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle. Would our world be better or worse? Imagine that not a single person believed in anything. Imagine that no one placed any faith in anything. Imagine that everyone was rational, logical, and committed to evidence and proof. Imagine that everything was rejected that didn't involve reason, logic, evidence and proof. How would that lead to a worse world? Wouldn't humans be much smarter? Wouldn't they evolve much faster?< Less
Arguing for God: A Monograph on Logic and the Christian Faith By Carl Shank
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Arguing for God is a monograph discussing typical examples used in logic from a Christian viewpoint. It examines the philosophical basis for the conversational and academic use of logic and proposes... More > a biblically based and God-centered approach to rational arguments.< Less