In this book the author profiles two ways of understanding religious faith. Stripped from theological and tradition baggage, he lays out the basic features of common conservative belief, and draws out some of its implications. He then outlines a more reflective kind of faith---one that avoids the estrangement of reason and thought. The book is non-sectarian and honestly descriptive, presenting a reasoned kind of faith that may be helpful to those who find themselves inheritors of a simplistic faith.
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