St. Martin's Press (2000)

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This collection of essays argues that we need to recover concepts from the distortions of philosophy. The author shows the disastrous consequences for an understanding of religion of the epistemic divide which can be found in contemporary philosophy of religion: divides between belief and practice, the world and God, religious experience and religious contexts. By closing these divides, religious significance is given its proper place.
Keywords Religion Philosophy  Knowledge, Theory of (Religion
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Call number BL51.P519 1999
ISBN(s) 0312227043  
DOI 10.1023/A:1024909904750
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