New Approaches to God

Based on Proofs by Anselm, Aquinas, and Kant

Introduction by Joseph Bobik



Part I: Primary texts

  1. St. Anselm
  2. St. Thomas Aquinas
  3. Immanuel Kant
  4. Part II: Interpretative essays

  5. An ontological argument
  6. Cosmological argument
  7. The First Way
  8. The Fourth Way
  9. A contemporary approach
  10. A fact of knowledge
  11. Natural theology



This book touches on the timeless question as to whether God has left some sign of Himself in our Universe. Professor Brady's powerful arguments take the reader from the printed word of man to the imprinting word of God. As an experienced author and teacher, he strikes a careful balance between preserving scholastic abstraction and promoting the concrete examples contemporary readers demand.
He joins the pilgrimage of the believer seeking to increase his or her faith as well as the odyssey of the unbeliever in quest of a basis for belief.
A review for some people, an introduction for others