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Faith and Reason

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Here's a place to discuss the history of theology and science. Augustine, to Galileo, to Voltaire, to Papal Encyclicals. Biblical textual analysis, historical viewpoints on natural phenomena, changing church doctrine, the enlightenment, Leonardo, etc, etc. Let's share books that help illuminate the history of human thought on this wide ranging topic!

Total members: 177 members

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Tags: theology (2), science (2), religion (2), Leonardo (1), church history (1), (show all)faith and reason (1), enlightenment (1), Biblical texts (1), Galileo (1), history (1), Beliefs (1), Augustine (1), Voltaire (1), church doctrine (1)

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Language: English
Group id: faithandreason
Created: Jul 27, 2006

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