The irrationalisation of religion

In 20th century theology and religious phenomenology, religion, like science, has been the object of an irrationalist interpretation that tends, as in the case of science, to reject any attempt at justification and objectivisation to the advantage of unbridled relativism and "experientialism". In France, Lévinas, Ricœur, and Marion represent this fundamental movement. The movement also claims to eliminate rationalist critiques of religion in the name of surpassing, going beyond reason (and a "saturation" of phenomena). This problem will be addressed by examining discussions in the two books Jacques Bouveresse has devoted to this question: Peut-on ne pas croire? and Que faire de la religion? (Is it possible not to believe? and What can be done with religion?)