From time to time, we all pause to examine our beliefs. In this book, by reexamining the ideas of faith and reason, the author demonstrates the value of critical thinking to dissect confusing and misleading ideas and to uncover important, although sometimes difficult, truths. With the power of reason, it is found that false hopes and a faith that we may be afraid to look into, can be replaced by something stronger and more valuable: a newfound sense of realistic possibilities and a greater understanding of the human condition.
About the Author
Bruce A. Smith grew up as a conservative Christian with the intent of becoming a minister; he is now a public speaker espousing a skeptical and atheistic worldview.
Smith has a degree in communications has been a lifetime student of philosophy, having explored a wide range of ideologies from conservative Christianity to the Eastern religions. It is this diverse background that he draws upon to provide the thought-provoking material found in The Path of Reason.
When he is not writing philosophical essays or creating his syndicated humor column, he works as a business analyst at a computer software firm. He lives with his wife in Southern California.
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In todayÂ’s culture wars and the everyday struggle of individuals to make sense of the world around them, the question of how we can understand the world becomes a vital one. In order to make the best decisions in life, we need...
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LC Classification: BL73.S64A3
Dewey code: 211'.8--dc22
Price: USD 22.95
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