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Nature, Man and God

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This work contains the Gifford Lectures delivered in the University of Glasgow in the academic years 1932-1933 and 1933-1934. Mr. Temple's purpose has not been to construct, stage by stage, a philosophic fabric where each conclusion becomes the basis of the next advance. Partial Contents: distinction between natural and revealed religion; tension between philosophy and rel...more
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Published August 10th 2003 by Kessinger Publishing (first published 2003)
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