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As I recall, Kant is criticizing attempts to prove the existence of God through Anselm's work and not Christian theology (as Anselm's work is not Christian doctrine). Would it be acceptable to remove the critical of Christianity tag?220.127.116.11 01:22, 21 June 2007 (UTC)
To place this work of Kant in the category "books of religion" is actually inexact, because it is a philosophical work rather than a religious one. The work has the intention to analyze the idea of God from the rationalism rather than from religion. There is a big difference in both positions. Religion accept the idea of God from what it calls revelation, then, the role of the faithful is believe in it without further questions. In stead, philosophy does not take revelation as a valid evidence, but goes through the help of rationis and logoi. Therefore, it is an erratic classification to say that The Only Possible Argument in Support of a Demonstration of the Existence of God is a "Book on Religion.