Orientation -- Religion as a fact -- Religious values -- Religion as a philosophical problem -- Conceptions of God -- Ways of knowing God -- The problem of belief in God -- The problem of good-and-evil -- Theistic absolutism and finitism -- Is God finite? -- The problem of human personality -- The problem of human purpose -- The problem of human immortality -- The problem of religious experience -- Internal criticisms of religion -- External criticism of religion.
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Albert Cornelius Knudson, the man, by E. A. Leslie.--Bowne and personalism, by F. J. McConnell.--Personality as a metaphysical principle, by E. S. Brightman.--Personalism and nature, by C. D. Hildebrand.--The cultural integration of science and religion, by E. T. Ramsdell.--The personality of God, by F. G. Ensley.--Divine sovereignty and human freedom, by Georgia Harkness.--Personalistic elements in the Old Testament, by R. H. Pfeiffer.--Personalism and the trend of history, by R. T. Flewelling.--Personality and Christian ethics, by W. G. Muelder.--Personalism and race, by (...) W. J. King.--Personalism and religious education, by E. B. Marlatt.--Bibliography of Knudson's writings, by C. D. Hildebrand (p. 249-257). (shrink)