Reason, Faith and Revolution

I just had to share Stanley Fish’s latest entry over at NYTimes entitled “God Talk.”  In it, he gives an overview of Terry Eagleton’s latest book, “Reason, Faith, and Revolution,” which seems to be a faithful Christian’s response to what Fish calls “the shallow arguments of school-yard atheists like Hitchens and Dawkins,” whom he refers to as “Ditchkins.”  I will leave you all to check it out for yourselves, but I am interested to see Eagleton’s book.  It appears that it might be an interesting and thought-provoking reflection on the meaning of faith for those of us who choose to put our trust in God first.

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