volume 38, issue 224, P97-106 1939
DOI: 10.1177/0040571x3903822403
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Abstract: L. W. Grensted: The Scope of Theology 97 pastoral theology, and Christian sociology, and other similar studies. Finally, there will be the questions arising from these, questions as to the actual nature of this worldorder, and, behind this world-order, of God Himself. Thus in doctrine and in the philosophy of religion we reach the final stage of theology, as our finite minds, holding fast to the revelation which they have received, strive to grasp that Infinite which is the source of the revelation, and so to…

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