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Religious discourse: The language of disobedience and vision

  • Barrie A Wilson


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    University 1 (1950). Reprinted omitting contributions by Thomas Corbishley, S.J. and Patric Nowell-Smith in Anthony Flew and Alasdair Mac-Intyre (eds.),New Essays in Philosophical Theology (London: SCM Press, 1955), pp. 96–108.Google Scholar
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    See Flew and MacIntyre,op.cit., p. 106.Google Scholar
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    R. B. Braithwaite,An Empiricist's View of the Nature of Religlous Belief (Cambridge: The University Press, 1955); John Herman Randall, Jr.,The Role of Knowledge in Western Religion (Boston: Starr King Press, 1958).Google Scholar
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    See B. Mitchell's contribution to theUniversity discussion in Flew and MacIntyre (eds.),op.cit., pp. 103–105.Google Scholar
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    John Hick, “Theology and Verification.”Theology Today 17 (1960), 12–31. Reprinted in Basil Mitchell (ed.),The Philosophy of Religion (London: Oxford University Press, 1971), pp. 53–71.Google Scholar
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    See. for instance. E. L. Mascall.He Who Is (London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1943);Existence and Analogy (London: Longmans. Green and Co., 1943);Words and Images (London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1957).Google Scholar
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  • Barrie A Wilson
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  1. 1.York UniversityTorontoCanada

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