This book is among the most promising and most important in its particular field to be published within recent years. Indeed, there is no other in which men trained in the school of philosophy dominant in England today have sought as they do here to come to terms with Christian theology.' (British Weekly)
'What is really appealing about these essays is not a new sophistication but a refreshing naivety and transparent sincerity, a kind of virginal approach to the old problems which, expressed in vigorous contemporary English, makes the book eminently attractive and readable.' (The Times Literary Supplement)
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