Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday (1961)

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In a quest for honesty, Kaufmann argues against organized religion and presents his own views on the meaning of faith, morality, theology, suffering, and death
Keywords Philosophy and religion
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Reprint years 1963, 1978
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Call number BL51.K34 1961
ISBN(s) 0452004829
DOI 10.2307/2105520
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