By William Schweiker
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- Written through an writer who's across the world well-known as one of many world’s prime theologians
- Draws at the paintings of a few popular modern philosophers and theologians to elucidate the character of faith
- Unique in its appreciation of the anomaly of faith – in its representations of the top human achievements in addition to the very worst of human activities – utilizing a balanced and engaged method of discusses contentious theological and highbrow issues
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