Religion of Tomorrow

London: F. Muller (1943)
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Introduction: the function of religion -- pt. 1. The consciousness of the divine: The sense of presence and intellectual abstraction. Christianity and the new sense of presence. The transition. Christianity and the copernican revolution -- pt. 2. The creative presence: The redefinition of God. God as creative energy. Cultivating the presence of God. Religion as sacramental communion -- pt. 3. Love and insight: The two points of view. Love as insight into God and the universe. Love's circles -- pt. 4. Creative destiny: Individual destiny. Historic destiny. Cosmic destiny -- Epilogue.
Keywords Christianity Philosophy
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Reprint years 1946
Call number BR100.B55 1946
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DOI 10.2307/2019959
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