Anselm Revisited: A Study on the Role of the Ontological Argument in the Writings of Karl Barth and Charles Hartshorne

Brill (1974)
CHAPTER ONE A "COPERNICAN REVOLUTION" IN THEOLOGICAL METHOD A. Introduct1on The subject of theology is the history of the communion of God with man and of ...
Keywords God Proof, Ontological
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