In the next few weeks I hope to be participating in the discussion of Kant with Robert Minto and friends at the Anti-Moderate. I would call The Critique of Pure Reason the most important single work in modern philosophy, although it points to the second Critique with enough persistence to be called half of a double work.
Unlike some, I view this book as more of a help to theism than a threat. Granted, it’s tough on metaphysics and the alleged philosophical ‘proofs’ of God and the soul’s immortality which some theists depend upon. But my metaphysics does not depend wholly on reason; it looks to subjectivity, value, wisdom, faith, and revelation for the total picture.