REASON, FAITH, AND THE STRUGGLE FOR WESTERN CIVILIZATION
The increasingly common assumption that reason and faith are incompatible is simply at odds with the facts of history. Gregg shows that it was no accident that the Enlightenment took place in the culture formed by the Jewish and Christian faiths, and he argues in this scholarly work that we can all see that faith without reason is benighted at best, and fanatical and violent at worst.
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