A Criticism of Theological Reason: Time and Timelessness as Primordial Presuppositions
Andrews University Press, 1987 - 468 páginas
In this investigation of reason in its involvement in and relationships to both religion and theology, Canale analyzes the possibility of a theological criticism of theological reason as it pertains to the field of systematic theology.
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THE ONTOTHEOLOGICAL STRUCTURE OF REASON
Logical Structure of Reason
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