A History of Defining Faith

A Remonstrant’s Ramblings has a list of quotes from Christian authors defining what Christian faith is and its connection to reason.

You can also check out David Marshall’s post on this in his blog.

I’ve written two posts on the view that Christians and the Bible teach that faith is believing something without good reasons.  One post on Hebrews 11:1 and one giving an argument against that kind of faith.

You can also check out chapter eleven of the new book, True Reason, Faith and Reason in Historical Perspective by Timothy McGrew and David Marshall.

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