2 edition of logic of faith found in the catalog.
logic of faith
Philipp J. R. Schmahl
Bibliography: p. 110-111.
|Statement||by Philipp Schmahl.|
|LC Classifications||B945.S283 L6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||111 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||111|
|LC Control Number||65020327|
Think about the logic of faith in the first line of Psalm “The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want.” If the Lord is your shepherd. If you have trusted your life to him. If you belong to his flock. Then you shall not want. Faith and Logic in Conflict; Subscribe to Blog via Email. Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Join 27 other subscribers. Email Address Sign up for our mailing list. God’s Puzzle Book. Posted on April
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—from Elizabeth Mattis Namgyel’s upcoming book The Logic of Faith, from Shambhala Publications, to be released in February Blog Elizabeth Mattis Namgyel March 2, emptiness, interdependence, dependent arising, wisdom, faith & doubt. “The only way logic can be absolute is if there is an absolute, personal, and intelligent being that eternally discerns and uses logic. This being is God.” ― Domenic Marbaniang, The Logic of Faith: The Scales of Reason.
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“The Logic of Faith by Elizabeth Mattis-Namgyal is a book that Americans who identify as spiritual-but-not religious and also those who are practicing people of faith will find helpful. Elizabeth explores not only faith but also grace, as a person who has relentlessly pursued truth /5(32).
The Logic of Faith is a reasonable a step along the path of your journey; through personal experiences, some good, some not so good, I share my experiences and trials of faith, so you can be enlightened and encouraged as you continue on your journey of : Antonio McDaniel. The Logic of Faith is an in-depth exploration of a logic called Madhyamaka in which Buddhist practitioners are asked to look for singular discrete entities—including the self—and not find them as a way to become comfortable with our state, which is one of interdependence, and to increase our ability to bear the uncertainty of life with grace/5.
Logic of Faith Paperback – January 1, by Dale Rhoton (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Dale Rhoton. This book written by Indian author and professor, Domenic Marbaniang, investigates the rational evidences for the Christian Faith. Domenic holds an MA, MPhil, and PhD in Philosophy and is the author of several publications in the field of religion and : Domenic Marbaniang.
"The Logic of Faith by Elizabeth Mattis Namgyal is a book that Americans who identify as spiritual-but-not religious and also those who are practicing people of faith will find helpful. Elizabeth explores not only faith but also grace, as a person who has relentlessly pursued truth and understanding throughout her entire adult life.
My teacher, Elizabeth Mattis Namgyel, has just published a lively and engaging book, The Logic of Faith, that I enthusiastically recommend to everyone who is looking to make sense of our world as well as our individual lives.
Here’s a brief excerpt. Many of us find ourselves, once again, struggling to resolve the apparent conflict between logic and faith. And it was the desire to resolve those doubts that led to the creation of this website/blog and the book that began it all.
It was a desire to help others strengthen their faith. The Logic of God was named the ECPA Christian Book Award winner for the Bible Study category. Ravi makes profound biblical truth easy to understand. And if your life is busy, this book is designed for you.
It addresses 52 topics that you can read over the course of one year or slowly digest at your own pace/5(). A bold, playful, and engaging book, full of insight and heart"--Pema Chödrön, author of When Things Fall Apart and Living Beautifully "The Logic of Faith looks into how we tend to seek comfort in ideas, even though they can't provide real comfort.
Elizabeth beautifully illuminates the possibility of getting free from the prison of our ideas /5(10). The Logic of Faith by Elizabeth Mattis Namgyel is a remarkable book which explores the much-maligned topic of faith.
Here in the West, faith is often viewed as something to be avoided, because it tends to be seen as an opponent to logic and reason.
“ I welcome The Logic of Faith with both excitement and relief. To generations of Western practitioners habituated to linear thinking, the Buddha’s central teaching of pratityasamutpada has remained a hidden jewel, taken as either too obvious to be interesting (as ‘everything has a cause’) or too arcane to be relevant to real life.
Book Review: The Logic of Faith – A Buddhist Approach to Finding Certainty Beyond Doubt and Belief. The author basically describes the book’s intent as an effort to set forth the fundamentals that form the basis of Christianity, excluding all doctrines and opinions that are not integral to Christianity (or, at least his definition of Christianity).
The subject of Dr. Tsander’s book, Logic of Faith or the Way to the Knowledge of God, is reasonable basis for Christian faith. Here the author offers his readers logic that is based on his own experience of searching and getting to know God.
The first part presents proof of God’s existence, existing concepts of God, and monotheistic. “The Logic of Faith by Elizabeth Mattis-Namgyal is a book that Americans who identify as spiritual-but-not religious and also those who are practicing people of faith will find helpful.
Elizabeth explores not only faith but also grace, as a person who has relentlessly pursued truth. The Logic of Faith: A Buddhist Approach to Finding Certainty Beyond Belief and Doubt. But The Logic of God is more than intellectual; it is also personal, offering thoughtful wisdom on: when Jesus draws especially near you.
the deep ray of hope found in God's Word. how God transforms disappointments. why prayer matters. how genuine peace is possible. making sense of suffering/5(9). The Logic of the Heart: Augustine, Pascal, and the Rationality of Faith by James R.
Peters. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking “The Logic of the Heart: Augustine, Pascal, and the Rationality of Faith” as Want to Read: Want to /5. The Logic of Faith is a reasonable a step along the path of your journey; through personal experiences, some good, some not so good, I share my experiences and trials of faith, so you can be enlightened and encouraged as you continue on your journey of :.
The Logic of Faith is a reasonable a step along the path of your journey; through personal experiences, some good, some not so good, I share my experiences and trials of faith, so you can be enlightened and encouraged as you continue on your journey of understanding.
And if we look carefully, we’ll discover that the faith impulse isn’t separate from reason at all—faith and logic in fact work together in a playful and dynamic relationship that reveals the profoundest kind of truth—a truth beyond the limits of “is” and “is not.”Author: Elizabeth Mattis Namgyel.In this book, Mark Juergensmeyer seeks to explain why the religious logic of Radhasoami, which is based on the teachings of medieval Hindu saints, is so compelling to hundreds of thousands of businessmen, intellectuals, office managers, and other urban professionals in North India.
Juergensmeyer addresses the perplexing relationship between modernity and religious faith and 4/5(4).