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Modern Catholic Thought from Hermes to Benedict XVI

Fr. Aidan Nichols' book The Conversation of Faith and Reason  has extreme relevance today as Catholics continue to come to grips with moral relativism and conscience in an increasingly secular world where at times reason and science are pitted against religion. Just as secularism and modernity can tear at the fabric of faith, liturgy pulls faith and reason together.  Aidan Nichols charts the development of the faith and reason through the  key figures who set the terms of the debate between faith and reason where official Catholic teaching is concerned, and whose theologies influenced modern theological thought as the  twentieth century drew to its close in the encyclical letter Fides et ratio (1998) of John Paul II.

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        Book Details

        • Product Code: HCFR 
        • ISBN: 978-1-59525-034-6
        • Pages: 232 
        • Author: Aidan Nichols, op
        • Size: 6 x 9
        • Binding: Paperback 
        • Language: English 
        • Copyright Year: 2011

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