The Empirical Argument for God in Late British Thought

Cambridge: Harvard University Press (1938)

Abstract
James Martineau's revolt against sense-bound empiricism.--The conflict of the empirical and non-empirical in Andrew Pringle-Pattison's theism.--The halting empiricism in James Ward's theistic monadism.--William R. Sorley's moral argument for God.--Frederick Tennant's teleological argument for God.--An empirical view of the goodness of God.
Keywords God (Christianity  Theism  Theology, Doctrinal History
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