Platonic Tradition in English Religious Thought 1926
1926. The Hulsean lectures at Cambridge 1925-1926. This short course of lectures must be taken for what it is, a plea for the recognition of a third type of Christian thought and belief, by the side of the two great types which are usually called Catholic and Protestant. It is as the religion of the Spirit that Inge pleads the cause of what he calls the Platonic tradition.
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