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    C. S. Gurrey (1991). Paradox, Will and Religious Belief. Philosophy 66 (258):503 - 511.
    In its central object of attachment—the figure of Christ Incarnate—the Christian religion could be said to embrace what would ordinarily be taken to be an impossible object of belief. That is, the logic of the Incarnation demands close scrutiny: and in response, the question may be begged, given such an analysis of that life, may not any belief which does take this figure to be a central object of faith, be then held to be sui generis , a logically extraordinary (...)
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    C. S. Gurrey (1990). Faith and the Possibility of Private Meaning: A Sense of the Ineffable in Kierkegaard and Murdoch. Religious Studies 26 (2):199 - 205.
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