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Dear TAC Reader,

I have some copies of my book, Faith with Good Reason, I’d like to give away while supplies last. I’ll even ship it to you for free.

I‘m offering the first version published in Sept 2016. The latest version was revised in June 2017. The only difference between the original and the revision is the Imprimatur from my local Bishop printed on the title page and a few typos corrected. Content is exactly the same.

If interested, you can confidentially send your name and shipping address using my old blog; HERE. I promise not to share it with anyone.

“Faith with Good Reason” is a book about Catholic faith, reason and problem solving that will appeal to those who appreciate rational process, but do not appreciate Catholicism or religion in general. Imprimatur (permission to publish) granted by Most Reverend Joseph Siegel, D.D., S.T.L., Vicar General, Diocese of Joliet, May 8, 2017. Foreword was written by a bonafide scientist, Stay A. Trsancos, Ph.D

Topics that will benefit the reader include…

  • Learning how experience and intuitive thinking can sometimes lead us astray, whether we are dealing with a physical problem or a philosophical problem.
  • Learning how the most reasonable, and therefore, the most responsible conclusions can be determined even when empirical evidence is lacking or impossible to obtain.
  • Seeing how the cause of “something” is never “nothing”.
  • Examples of how our thinking can be made “visible”.
  • Discussion on how the need for objective industry standards demonstrates the need for an objective moral point of reference.
  • The art of asking why when drilling down to the heart of a matter, from St. Thomas Aquinas regarding contingency to Toyota’s five whys and beyond.
  • Discovering how the basic principles of reason can be applied to both problem solving and matters of faith and morals.
  • The way logic can be used in terms of going wherever the data leads no matter how unbelievable it may seem.

It’s fun reading for the whole family! Let me know…

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  1. UPDATE: After about a day and a half all the books I had are spoken for, and I have brilliantly deduced that books offered for free move faster than books that cost money…fascinating.
    Thanks to all that responded. I’ll start shipping early next week.

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