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A Faith That Enquires

1919 to 1921
University of Edinburgh

In A Faith That Enquires, Sir Henry Jones seeks to demonstrate the importance of a rational and scientific investigation into Religion.  The structure upon which he builds his argument finds its foundation in Lord Gifford’s injunction that Religion should be pursued and studied both logically and scientifically in order to prove whether it is true or false.  Without relying upon special revelation or supernatural intervention, this type of enquiry has the benefit of allowing both adherents and non-adherents to verify whether religious faith is indeed something to be pursued during one’s lifetime and to counter any doubts that may arise during moments of emotional trauma. 


A Faith That Enquires

A Faith That Enquires
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