Religious thinking and religious education a critique of the research and conclusions of Dr. R. Goldman. by K G. Howkins

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; Contents: The problems of religious thinking --Thinking and its application to religion --A research approach to the problems of religious thinking --Operational thinking about religious stories --Concepts of the Bible --The identity and nature of the divine --God's activity in the natural world --The holiness.

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