The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Religion
Oxford University Press, Dec 16, 2004 - Philosophy - 560 pages
The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Religion contains newly commissioned chapters by 21 prominent experts who cover the field in a comprehensive but accessible manner. Each chapter is expository, critical, and representative of a distinctive viewpoint.
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