Three Contemporary Positions on the Christian Attitude toward Non-Christian Religions
Spiro, Carol Maurine, 1946-2015
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For all practical purposes the majority of this paper concerns an examination rather than an evaluation of three well-known authors. My reaction appears hopefully only in the third section, but I would add that my conclusions are surprisingly quite different from those with which I began the study. The paper then has proved to be a thought-provoking experience for me.
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