History, Time, and Deity: A Historical and Comparative Study of the Conception of Time in Religious Thought and Practice, Containing the Forwood Lectures in the Philosophy and History of Religion, Delivered in the University of Liverpool, 1964
Conceptions of time in five major religions of mankind.
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