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  1. Anthony Baxter (2001). The Bible, Knowledge of God and Dei Verbum. Heythrop Journal 42 (2):173–191.
    How may an inquiring person fittingly look upon the Bible? In what manner can a person's attention to the Bible assist them to knowledge? For a Catholic Christian analysis, what ideas are suitable about the place of the Bible in relations between God and humans, and in appropriation by a person today of whatever divine disclosure or revelation is at hand? This article outlines reflections on these matters. Links are apparent with key points in Vatican II’s Dei Verbum.The first of (...)
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  2. Anthony Baxter (1999). Historical Judgement, Transcendent Perspective and 'Resurrection Appearances'. Heythrop Journal 40 (1):19–40.
    Suppose one judges as a historian that after Jesus' death there was an occurrence during the careers of various individuals in which: they took it that Jesus was appearing, raised by God to Life; and a concept worked in their minds, ‘Already, Jesus has been raised to Life’.Assume also that before one are fuller statements proposed now as to what happened. Some themselves cite just inner‐worldly, non‐transcendent factors – delusion and so on. The ‘Encountered’ statement however runs: ‘A transcendent reality, (...)
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  3. Anthony Baxter (1997). Can One Be Cognitively Conscious of God? Heythrop Journal 38 (1):15–34.
    How do humans ‘register’ God: attain knowledge or revelation of God? Analysis is familiar in terms of explanatory hypothesis, necessity, authority and commitment. However individuals speak also of ‘experience’ or ‘consciousness’ of God/Christ/grace – received widely, not just by an esoteric few. But may we properly hold that people can be cognitively aware of God?Undoubtedly such speech has problematic aspects. Not only do psychosis, self‐deception, gullibility recur. Commentators are liable to enlist what may be termed the A‐conceptual Lucidity picture, which (...)
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  4. Anthony Baxter (1993). Knowledge, and Our Position Regarding God. Heythrop Journal 34 (2):137–159.
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  5. Anthony Baxter (1987). How is Christ's Risen Life Relevant to Other People's Salvation? Heythrop Journal 28 (2):144–164.
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  6. Anthony Baxter (1984). The Term 'Archetype', and its Application to Jesus Christ. Heythrop Journal 25 (1):19–38.
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