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"The “basic problem with Quest for the Living God as a work of Catholic theology is that the book does not take the faith of the Church as its starting point. Instead, the author employs standards from outside the faith to criticize and to revise in a radical fashion the conception of God revealed in Scripture and taught by the Magisterium."

The question for me is does the Magisterium reveal the truth of Scripture? I am open to other ways of viewing the truth of divinity - perhaps even more so when a book like this is criticized by the Bishops.

Yes, "all religions bear some presence of God". How could it be otherwise? Thank you Sr. Johnson. People like you give me faith in my father's faith. And that is hard to come by today.