Are religion and philosophy compatible with each other? Do faith and reason have to be kept in isolated compartments of our lives, or can we engage in both ways of thinking about ultimate questions? To answer these questions, you will want to offer clear definitions of what religious faith and philosophical reasoning comprise and then show how they can—or why they cannot—be reconciled.
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As you may have guessed for this question, the key is in the definitions you set out. It is possible for someone to both define "faith" and "reason" in opposing ways, or in compatible ways. ...
Religious and philosophical compatibility are examined. The implications without expecting to arrive immediately at our final views are given.
Philosophers of the Hellenistic and Christian Eras
Write a 500-700-word response describing Christianity's impact on philosophy. Include the following topics in your response:
? the rise of Christianity in philosophy
? key contributors to Christianity's impact on philosophy
? principle Christianized philosophical issues