The Agnostic Spirit as a Common Motif in Liberal Theology and Liberal Skepticism
This collection of nine essays of thematically interconnected material examines varied aspects of metaphysical ignorance and uncertainty shared between liberal Christian thinkers and sympathetic critics.
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T H Huxley
Theological Norm and Dialogical Platform
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