In the Introduction I pointed out that the essays comprising this book derived their formal unity from being founded upon the conviction that certain fundamental philosophical problems could only be satisfactorily understood in relation to central religious themes and ideas, and conversely. It is in this sense that these essays are essays in the philosophy of religion. But do these essays also possess a material unity of doctrine, standpoint, etc.? I believe they do. I should like in this Conclusion to spell this out.
KeywordsMoral Obligation Immanentist View Spiritual Growth Religious Idea Dead Person
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