The Myth of Religious Neutrality by Roy Clouser

Author: Roy Clouser. Review by Jim Newmark

‘It would be a mistake to believe that science will bring us to understand what reality is.’ | Photo: Book cover of The Myth of Religious Neutrality: An essay on the hidden role of religious belief in theories by Roy Clouser

I have been a Christian for more than forty years. Until about three years ago I attended an Anglican church but I now believe that I simply did not understand my own faith. I am indebted to Roy Clouser and his book, which explains, in a way that I could understand, the philosophy of Herman Dooyeweerd.

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