John F. Haught’s book Is Nature Enough? questions whether the natural world is all we need.
Haught argues that “critical intelligence,” often overlooked in naturalistic arguments, plays a pivotal role. He claims that naturalists, while denying it, paradoxically rely on it in their work.
Haught highlights their moral inconsistency, as they subtly embrace moral ideals whilst dismissing the supernatural. This book calls for the integration of theology with sound science, addressing suffering as a consequence of an unfinished creation.