Reprint of the Third Edition, London, New York, Toronto 1957
George H. Joyce
Natural Theology is that branch of philosophy which investigates what human reason unaided by revelation can tell us concerning God. The end at which it aims is to demonstrate the existence of God, to establish the principal divine attributes, to vindicate God’s relation to the world as that of the Creator to the creature, and, finally, to throw what light it can on the action of divine providence in regard of man and on the problem of evil.
About the Author
George Joyce was professor of logic at St. Mary Hall, Stonyhurst and author of several books on logic and scholastic philosophy.