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|Contents:||Part I. The secular condition. Modern Western rationality's eliding of spiritual realities ; The scientific revolution and early modern Western thought : René Descartes and the birth of the sphere of nature ; The quiet revolution in modern Western thought ; In defense of poetic I's --
Part II. The essence of reasonable Christianity. The sphere of poetic I's ; The sphere of agape ; The truth of the gift : grace ; Justice, grace, forgiveness ; Resurrection, universal reality and creaturely diversity, and Jesus on the essence of saving faith.
"In A Reasonable Belief: Why God and Faith Make Sense, William Greenway offers an apology for the reasonableness of Christian faith against its secular cultured detractors, from early modern