The Art of Christian Doubt

The Art of Christian Doubt

The Art of Christian Doubt

The Art of Christian Doubt

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The modern man is so safely removed from primitivism as he may imagine. Or, if he is removed, he may be isolated from reality by doctrines which obscure rather than invite.

Man in the modern age may be prepared to risk everything on a penetration of the physical universe. He may be considerably less willing to risk the penetration of his own mind and psyche.

These essays, deliberately aphoristic and evocative, are intended to involve the reader in those risks which were undertaken by the creative thinkers who laid the foundations for modern civilization.

The essays are dependent upon the reader's willingness . . .

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