Lecturer; J E Barrett
the mind in attaining truth
Scholastic philosophy is a wonderful monument of the patience and ingenuity
with which the human mind toiled to build up a logically consistent theory
of the Universe ... And that Philosophy is by no means dead and buried
as many suppose. On the contrary, numbers of men of no mean learning and
accomplishment and sometimes or rare power and subtlety of thought, hold
by it as the best theory of things which has yet been stated. and what
is more remarkable, men who speak the language of Modern Philosophy, nevertheless
think the thoughts of the Schoolmen." Professor Huxley.
Do the principles of science depend upon upon Revelation?