God and Intelligence in Modern Philosophy
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By Fulton J. Sheen
God and Intelligence in Modern Philosophy, the first of the sixty-six books Fulton J. Sheen wrote over the course of his storied career, is an extraordinary examination of the nature of God and how we can know Him by the light of reason. Sheen sets out, not simply to dwell in the past and delight in its wisdom, but to discover, in the light of the philosophy of St. Thomas Aquinas, effective solutions to modern problems of philosophy and theology. First published in 1925, God and Intelligence in Modern Philosophy is a testament to the sheer brilliance of Sheen’s intellect and to the immense clarity of his literary vision, but above all to the ardent fervor of his love for God.
“This work looks rather to the solutions which traditional thought may bring to modern problems.”
Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen (1895–1979) was one of the most renowned Catholic priests of the twentieth century. An eminent scholar, prolific author, and natural entertainer, Sheen provided insight into the truth and beauty of the Catholic faith for millions around the world through his scores of books and countless radio and television programs. His cause for canonization was opened in 2002, and in 2012 Pope Benedict XVI declared him a Venerable.