Boundaries of Our Habitations: Tradition and Theological Construction
A four-pronged argument about attempts to connect liberal Western religions, theologies, and culture with genuine cultural tradition: traditions must be recognized as both innovative and conservative; post-liberal thought is possible without repristinizing religion; American empiricism is a better approach than the Kantian perspective; and the Bibl
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