Prodigious author Peter Kreeft – a Boston College professor of Philosophy always irenic and never pedantic – has given us a collection of personal letters on belief in God, or unbelief. The book’s letters are based upon real people. He begins with the concept that God is either the greatest truth or the greatest hoax, with no middling option. Kreeft holds a la Thomas Aquinas that the greatest love is to lead another to truth, which involves uncompromising reason, but not only reason. “Why trust our minds if they evolved from blind matter alone? Would you trust a computer programmed by chance?”
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