Reason & Revelation: An Essay in Christian Apology.

By: Illingworth, J. R.

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12mo - 18.5 x 12.5 cm.; xix - 271 - 40 pp. Blue cloth over boards with gilt lettering on the spine and blind stamped border rules on the head and tail edges of the front and back boards. First published in 1902, this is the fourth printing. Forty page catalogue of publisher's theological works at the back. The chapter titles give some idea of the contents: I - "The Historic Claim of Christianity to be Rational", II - "The Criticism of Reason by Kant and His Successors", III - "The Distinction Between Abstract and Concrete Knowledge", IV - "The Limitations of Reason", V - "The influence of Presuppositions on Christian Evidences", VI - "The Relation of Christianity to Philosophy", VII - "The Patristic View of Christian Evidence", VIII - "The Modern View of Christian Evidence", IX - "The Influence of Character on the Formation of Presuppositions", X - "Christianity an Appeal to Our Whole Personality", XI - "The Reasonableness of Faith", XII - "The Christian View of the Problem of Evil", XIII - "Conclusion", followed by 12 extensive notes on specific topics. Minor wear to the externals, the end papers are tanned on the margins and several pages are unopened on either the head of fore edge margins.

Title: Reason & Revelation: An Essay in Christian Apology.

Author Name: Illingworth, J. R.

Categories: Anglican/Episcopalian,

Publisher: London, UK., Macmillan.: 1908

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good- with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 25448

Keywords: Religion; Anglican; Church of England; Theology; Exegesis; Philosophy; Kant; Lotze; Reason; Patristics; Logic; Faith; Evil; Morality; Cicero; Miracle; Teleogy; Apologetics;