Epistemic Problems in Hick’s Model of Religious Diversity

Abstract

John Hick's God or Reality centered religious philosophy was claimed by him to be a Copernican revolution in epistemology of God. Is it really so? This article investigates.

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Domenic Marbaniang
Central India Theological Seminary

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