Whether or not you were able to attend our Church & University Seminar this summer, you probably know that Ken Myers is one of our most insightful, well-read Christian thinkers.
We’ll have audio and visual from the seminar available soon [update: it’s available now]. And as a bonus follow-up to the seminar, Ken provided a list of the best books he’s read on the relationship between faith and reason. Without further adieu, here are his recommendations.
Ken Myers’s Recommended Books on Faith and Reason
- Ryan T. Anderson, “Benedict, Islam, Faith, and Reason” (First Things blog)
- Benedict XVI, A Reason Open to God: On Universities, Education and Culture
- Harry Blamires, The Christian Mind: How Should a Christian Think?
- Terry Eagleton, Reason, Faith, and Revolution: Reflections on the God Debate
- Os Guinness, Fit Bodies, Fat Minds: Why Evangelicals Don’t Think and What to Do about It (available in the MacLaurinCSF library)
- Paul Helm, editor, Faith and Reason
- John Paul II, Fides et Ratio / On the Relationship between Faith and Reason
- Mark A. Noll, Jesus Christ and the Life of the Mind (available in the MacLaurinCSF library)
- Mark A. Noll and James Turner, The Future of Christian Learning: An Evangelical and Catholic Dialogue (available in the MacLaurinCSF library)
- James V. Schall, S.J., The Life of the Mind: On the Joys and Travails of Thinking
- James V. Schall, S.J., The Regensburg Lecture
- D. C. Schindler, The Catholicty of Reason
- Antonin Gilbert Sertillanges, O.P., The Intellectual Life: Its Spirit, Conditions, Methods (available in the MacLaurinCSF library)
- James W. Sire, Discipleship of the Mind: Learning to Love God in the Ways We Think (available in the MacLaurinCSF library)