Met someone that considers himself agnostic. He is firm on the science vs religion argument. He is open to reading about the Catholic faith. I thought I point him to Fr. Spitzer’s Magis Center to start. Any books I can recommend for a science-based agnostic? Thanks.
Letters to a non-believer. Fr Thomas Crean OP
Not Catholicism necessarily, but CS Lewis’s Mere Christianity would be useful to learn the basics of the Christian faith. I would start with that, just to get a grounding and then offer things that are more explicitly Catholic.
Dr Edward Fesers book five proofs for the existence of God along with some books by Trent Horn.
Two from a (current) agnostic Rodney Stark: The Triumph of Christianity and The Triumph of Reason
Modern Physics and Ancient Faith by Stephen Barr
Thanks for your suggestions everyone.
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Great question OP. I admit that I am stumped. I’ll monitor the thread to see if there’s a good answer.
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