"Martin Albl offers students a well-written and extraordinarily researched text that describes and embodies the unity of faith and reason in the Catholic tradition. The author’s command of philosophical, theological, and scientific literature provides a thoughtful and rich discussion of meaningful contemporary ideas in an accessible classroom format. The book will challenge and enlighten readers."
-Randall Woodard, PhD
“I have tried using many different texts for this course: this is the BEST one I have ever found, so I am sticking with it. Martin Albl and I evidently share some of the same intellectual, theological, and pedagogical genes.”
Assistant Professor of Theology
Saint Leo University
-Rev. Msgr. James M. Cafone, S.T.D.
“Martin Albl has written a very helpful text for teachers of fundamental theology or introduction to theology courses. Reason, Faith, and Tradition is accessible and also scholarly, thoughtful, and thought-provoking. Apparent throughout is Dr. Albl’s conviction that faith and reason are not only compatible but necessary for sound intellectual development. Undergrads and entry level grad students alike will learn much from Albl’s post-critical theology.”
Seton Hall University
-Benjamin J. Brown
Assistant Professor of Theological Studies