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3 A Phenomenal Understanding
4 The Phenomenal Nature of Spiritual Experience
5 The Quest for Certainty
6 A Mechanical Universe
7 The Nature of the Gospel Journey
8 Modern Reason
9 The Other Logic
10 Reasoning about God
11 The Gospel after Modernity
12 Understanding Our God Experiences Bibliography Index.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
During the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, modern thinkers came to believe that our notion of truth should be objective, certain, and precise. Mathematics became the model for how truth should be conceptualized, and we sought to eliminate ideas that were vague, ambiguous, or contradictory. The teachings of Jesus, however, are often vague, ambiguous, and even contradictory. Fortunately, a twenty-first century understanding of the human condition has debunked the modern notion of truth, showing it to be truncated at best. (source: Nielsen Book Data)