Faith in the Age of Reason
This excellent addition to the Lion Histories series explores one of the most interesting periods of history - the Enlightenment of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. The book begins by describing how the Middle Ages came to an end with the Renaissance and the Reformation, setting the scene for the Enlightenment. Jonathan Hill then takes the reader on a fascinating tour of the central themes and characters of this turbulent period.
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good overview the periodUser Review - Vinny - Christianbook.com
A good summary of the tensions that existed between reason and faith- how faith gave way to reason that it almost became obsolete but how faith filled individuals attempted to rescue and help faith to triumph in the so-called Enlightened Age. Read full review
Review: Faith in the Age of Reason: The Enlightenment from Galileo to KantUser Review - Paul J. Tetreault Jr., Esq. - Christianbook.com
Faith in the Age of Reason earns only two stars because it contains a stunning error that renders the entire content of the book questionable. On page 160, next to the famous painting of the Signing ... Read full review