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The purpose of this book is to raise the possibilities of religious knowledge and religious discovery. By religious knowledge and discovery I mean knowledge and discovery of God, and by possibility I mean a viable possibility, the kind that a new look under a new light finds; I do not mean a minimal or a "logical" possibility. -- Introduction.
Keywords Knowledge, Theory of (Religion
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