Our knowledge of God.


New York, Scribner [1959] .

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Subjects Dieu.
God -- Knowableness.
Description 263 pages 21 cm
Copyright Date [1959]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Chapter I. CONFRONTATION WITH GOD -- Divine approach -- According to Dr. Barth -- According to Dr. Brunner -- Natural and revealed knowledge -- Chapter II. WAYS OF BELIEVING -- Top of our minds and the bottom of our hearts -- Springs of doubt -- 'Essential form of faith' -- Nature and Grace -- Chapter III. IS OUR KNOWLEDGE OF GOD'S EXISTENCE INFERENTIAL? -- Tradition of theistic proof -- Biblical point of view -- Trend in contemporary thought -- Some help from St. Anselm -- Chapter IV. THE URGENT PRESENCE -- Truth and error of Cartesianism -- Truth and error of Kantianism -- Order of knowing and the order of being -- Mediated immediacy -- Chapter V. THE OTHER WHO IS MOST NEAR -- World of others -- Divine Other -- Is He wholly other? -- True office of argument.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)383759
(OCoLC)ocm00383759
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WorldCat Identities Baillie, John, 1886-1960.
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