Theological Rationalism, and de Facto & de Jure Objections. — James Bishop’s Theology & Apologetics.


1. Theological Rationalism. Theological/Theistic Rationalism (also called evidentialism) is simply the the view that faith, in order to be rational, must be based on argument and evidence. It essentially focuses on three elements: religion, Christianity and rationality. According to the theological rationalist it is rationalism that is the dominant element. The the theological rationalist believes that […]

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