Faith and reason (letter)

Faith and reason (letter)

John Kelly

Fr Burns' reflection (April AD2000) is clear-headed and timely: it exposes the fatuity of postulating "modernity" as a criterion or substitute for divinely revealed and natural truth.

Happily, with the establishment of Campion College and the progress of the John Paul II Institute, students now have the opportunity to experience an academically and spiritually edifying alternative to the post-modern relativism and ideological restrictiveness that in many of our educational institutions undermine both faith and reason, as well as the complementary relationship between the two characteristics of the Catholic tradition.

Tranmere, SA

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