Preface Translator's Note Part I: Reason and Faith Together Faith and Reason In Defense of Argument The Formal Reason of the Infinite Part II: Who Speaks of It? Of the Eminent Dignity of the Poor Baptized The Service of Rationality in the Church The Future of Catholicism Part III: What is Possible and What Shows Itself Nothing is Impossible for God The Phenomenality of the Sacrament The Highest Transcendence Part IV: Recognition The Recognition of the Gift "They Recognized Him and He Became Invisible to Them" The Invisible Saint
Jean-Luc Marion is Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at the University of Paris-Sorbonne Paris IV, Dominique Dubarle Professor of Philosophy at the Institut catholique de Paris, Andrew T. Greely and Grace McNichols Greeley Professor of Catholic Studies at the University of Chicago Divinity School, and a member of the Academie francaise.
Jean-Luc Marion is one of today's most pre-eminent philosophers of religion. The range of sources engaged, the detail of analytical rigor, and the profundity of insight-all are amply on display in this collection of essays spanning several decades of work. Newcomers to Marion's oeuvre, and those well acquainted with his work, will find in Believing in Order to See treasures to savor. -- -Norman Wirzba * Duke Divinity School *