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Jürgen Habermas and the Study of Religion – Part 3

By Matt Sheedy As I noted in my last post, Habermas defines religion along the lines of traditional worldviews or “strong” traditions that raise particular claims to truth based on things like moral principles and cosmological ideas about salvation that … Continue reading

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