A surprising juxtaposition of the seventeenth century with classical times.
The On Being broadcast this morning contained this observation by the late Rabbi David Hartman.
I was a nice religious boy until I began to read and that all changed.
Just goes to show you'd better watch what you read. Rabbi Hartman's "dangerous" choices?
William James, John Dewey, American pragmatism. They grabbed me. Also, Peter Berger and Brown.