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Summarize and critically evaluate Tertullian’s orientation to (and rejection of) religious philosophy. Is this perspective at all plausible? What might Tertullian say in answer to the question of why God made humans rational?
Question asked by: netjet

Asked on: 29 May 2008

Hard to say whether this is plausible or not - faith seems to be a personal matter that no-one can agree on.

For some it is self-evident truth and a certain fact, for others it is mere sophistry and delusion; the bottom line is that people must make up their own mind when it comes to religion and there is not a lot that can be said about it without an argument starting!

By: knowitall
Replied at: 25 Aug 2008
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