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The Relation Between Faith And Reason In St. Augustine's Confessions.
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Topic: The relation between faith and reason in St. Augustine’s, Confessions. Faith and reason are two aspects of Saint Augustine’s Confessions. The research focuses on Saint Augustine’s six books of Confession. The research delves into the faith and reasons area of the six books of the Confessions…
God allows the famines to kill thousands of hungry people in some parts of the world. God allowed the killing of innocent civilians during the September 2001 Osama Bin Laden attack on New York and the Pentagon. God allowed the Muslim Extremists to capture jet planes as battering rams during the fateful ground zero disaster. God also allowed the assassination of John F. Kennedy. God allowed the Watergate scandal. God has a reason for allowing the surprise Japanese to attack Pearl Harbor. God allowed the hurricane Katrina to wreak havoc on Florida’s coastlines. God has a reason for inflicting death and sorrow among the innocent civilians. Faith shows that people should never doubt God’s reason for inflicting such disasters. Likewise, the verse “What I then did was worthy reproof; but since I could not understand reproof, custom and reason forbade me to be reproved.”2 The verse clearly indicates that Saint Augustine had faith reproof or rebuke is a reasonable alternative for violations of moral law, ethical standards, and other societal rules and regulations. Society implements the regulations to create harmony in society. Policies are have been proposed, scrutinized, studied, and approved to preserve the peace and harmony of the state. ...
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