Religion and the Modern Mind
"What is the position of religion in the modern world of skepticism? A distinguished philosopher examines the problem, how the belief in a divine principle in the world can be maintained without repudiating the modern scientific view of the universe"--Cover.
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THE MEDIEVAL WORLDPICTURE
THE WORLD AS A MORAL ORDER
THE RISE OF MODERN SCIENCE
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