Interesting reportage from Dr. Bramhall this morning. It seems like every decade produces new crystallizations, new vocabularies of dogmatism. The desire for certainty, and irresolvable quandaries, resulting in simple formulas.

Keith Ward's books go into these fraught issues of beliefs, traditions, scriptures. Reason & faith, science & religion, spirit & letter. He puts his own Anglican perspective in the context of Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Catholicism, Buddhism, Enlightenment rationalism, etc.

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