Faith, Reason and the Existence of God/The Creativity of God

Denys Turner and Oliver Davies previously collaborated on Silence and the Word (2002), so it is not surprising that in these two books they have something compatible and complementary to say. Turner, professor of divinity at Cambridge, addresses the possibility of making an argument for the existence of God; Davies, professor of Christian doctrine at King’s College, London, tries to find a new way of talking about the doctrine of creation. Both of them seek a renewed vision for the role of reason and sacrament in theology.


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