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Theodicy: The Nature of Evil and the Unity of God

Ibn Tumart was on to something when he asserted the equivalence of rational and legal deductions; in arriving at this deep insight, he argued that the former calls for the distinction between the necessary, possible, and impossible, where the latter … Continue reading

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Illumination: Reconciling Reason and Faith

There is no incommensurability between religion and reason. It is true that the illumination of God is necessary for the fruition of reason.  It is true that reason is subjugated to the will of God.  It is true that God … Continue reading

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