Towards a Religious Philosophy

London: Macdonald & Evans (1937)
Logic and faith.--Metaphysical and religious knowledge.--The idea of a religious philosophy.--Theories of immanence: The philosophy of Spinoza.--Theories of immanence: Gentile's philosophy of the spirit.--The time-process, eternity and God.--God and the world-order.--The significance of the argument from design.--The relations of morality to religion.--Self-realization.--Humanism, theocentric and secular.--Conclusion.
Keywords Philosophy and religion  God  Religion Philosophy
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