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Freedom and Creation in Three Traditions

Freedom and Creation in Three Traditions
  • Author: C. S. C. David B. Burrell
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  • ISBN: UOM:39015029937961
  • Page: 225
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A proposal designed to illustrate the worth of explicitly tradition-directed inquiry, as well as the fruitfulness of comparative inquiries in philosophical theology.

A proposal designed to illustrate the worth of explicitly tradition-directed inquiry, as well as the fruitfulness of comparative inquiries in philosophical theology.


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