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Sense and nonsense in religion; an essay on the language and phenomenology of religion [by] Sten H. Stenson.


Nashville, Abingdon Press [1969] .
ISBN , 068737457X

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Subjects Philosophy and religion.
Religion.
Description 255 pages ; 24 cm
Copyright Date [1969]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 237-246).
Contents Introduction : the problem of believing in God -- Evil and absurdity in religion -- Evil and absurdity in existential philosophy -- Ordinary wit and religious witness -- Puns, paronomasia, and mythopoeic existence -- The existential significance of religious salvation -- Prophecy, theology, and philosophy -- Summary : the meaning of "believing in God."
Network Numbers (OCoLC)56189
(OCoLC)ocm00056189
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