The foundation of religious knowledge in William R. Inge
Goodwin, Irene L.
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Chapter I, Introduction, states the purpose of this thesis: to examine the foundation of religious knowledge as developed in the writings of William Ralph Inge, in order to evaluate his claim that mystical religion, as a philosophy of absolutism, offers: 1) an expeximental proof of itself; and, 2) the only possible solution to the predicament of man at the present day. Chapter II, Traditional Seats of Authority, presents Inge's view of the three traditional seats of authority or grounds of affirmations of God: the infallible Church, the infallible book, and human reason. [TRUNCATED]
Thesis (M.A.)--Boston University
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