Santiago Sia’s latest book with Cambridge Scholars Publishing, The Christian Message as Vision and Mission: Philosophical Considerations of its Significance, has been reviewed by Joel C. Sagut in Philippiniana Sacra.
Below is an excerpt from Sagut’s thoughtful and generous review:
“Prof. Sia has argued well the significance of a philosophical viewpoint that bears with it the specific end of articulating the significance of faith and faith-based institutions. He will convince the reader into seeing why we need not bracket the faith when we talk about our human concerns, including even perhaps the social and political issues that confront our human communities. Like-minded individuals and professionals, especially Catholic philosophers and educators, are invited to share the task. This book will certainly be a useful guide, and noting the author’s willingness to engage in conversations, further academic engagements and exchanges may perhaps be arranged in order to nurture the interest on this very timely concern.”
The book is available in both hardback and paperback versions from Cambridge Scholars, and can be purchased by clicking here.