Twentieth-century Religious Thought: The Frontiers of Philosophy and Theology, 1900-1970
Preface to the new edition: A chapter has been added giving an account of developments in religious thought in the lively if confused decade, 1960-70. Some paragraphs in this chapter echo passages from a survey of recent theology which I wrote for The Expository Times, vol, lxxviii.
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