Nine 1/4" x 6" - with 237 pgs. Philosophical difficulties in faith is a middle e-book for introductory classes in philosophy of faith. The booklet discusses and illustrates the philosophical concerns concerned, and emphasizes universal non secular reviews instead of esoteric or speculative theology.
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