Toward a Christian Conception of History

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Toward a Christian Conception of History

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One of the most well-known is based on the analogy of the greatest possible island and was developed by Anselm’s fellow monk, Gaunilo. One of the most well-known is based on the analogy of the greatest possible island and was developed by Anselm’s fellow monk, Gaunilo. We need the provocations that scientific discoveries give, that artistic renderings reveal, that historical circumstances bring to the fore, and, even, that religious symbols and metaphors and practices are sometimes lucky enough to hit on first or to give their most worthwhile expression.

Pages: 438

Publisher: UPA (February 1, 2002)

ISBN: 0761821406

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