Faith vs. Reason; Religion vs. Science

by Sep 23, 2010Culture, Theology0 comments

Religious thought may be vulnerable on any number of fronts, but it is not vulnerable to the criticism that in contrast to scientific or empirical thought, it rests on mere faith…. The epistemological critique of religion—it is an inferior way of knowing—is the flip side of a naïve and untenable positivism.

—Stanley Fish, New York Times

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