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More on the Epistemology of Faith . . .

During his 40 days in the desert, Jesus was tempted to do things that would make the truth of his claims and the meaning of his existence irrefutable. He declined. His followers down through the centuries have sometimes tried to … Continue reading

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New Wine…Old Vessels

“One must continually make new efforts to acquire … continual newness of spirit … one can conserve the former grace only by the acquisition of new grace … otherwise one would lose what one thought one was retaining … Without … Continue reading

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The anguish of Pascal

“If we want to understand the anguish of Pascal, let us make an effort to recall the critical situation created at that time for the Christian Faith by the new orientation of the human mind. Many, within the Church, suspected … Continue reading

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