Clarendon Press (1997)

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Murray Rae
University of Otago
Abstract
In this study of the works of Sren Kierkegaard, Murray Rae focuses on his understanding of the Christian faith and the nature of Christian conversion. The transformation of an individual under the impact of revelation is explored both in terms of the New Testament concept of metanoia and in comparison with claims to cognitive progress in other fields
Keywords Philosophy
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ISBN(s) 9780198269403   0198269404
DOI 10.1023/a:1003808018488
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