Is anyone aware of an English (or Hebrew...) translation of Raymond Martini's Pugio Fidei (Dagger of Faith)?
Or perhaps an online text version in any language that could be translated via Google?
This was inspired by the post Fictional Religions so you guys should check that out I suppose.
I was thinking about fictional religions and the thought I kept coming back to is that whether an idea appears in what we might call fiction vs what we might call scripture is...
Let's say that you're sacred text is perfectly moral, and all of the prophecies have actually come true in a completely unambiguous matter.
Given that hypothetical, why should anyone believe that a god is responsible, let alone the concept of God particular to your sacred texts?
Given that the various church councils were the ones who decided what material went into the New Testament and what information did not go into it – this alone provides a very critical reason why Torath Mosheh Jews and Orthodox Jews are required by Hashem/Torah to ignore such a text due to its...
Many theistic religions today base themselves around ancient mythology and lore, made to come alive through numerous tales of mythical exploits and adventure by those who tell and have told, handing down stories conceived in written long ago.
Today, people don't experience first hand those...