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Sceptical Christianity: Exploring Credible Belief - Robert Reiss


Thinking critically about Christianity today means taking the sceptics seriously. Following the tradition of authors of the last century, Robert Reiss engages sympathetically with people's religious d



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Sceptical Christianity: Exploring Credible Belief - Robert Reiss


Thinking critically about Christianity today means taking the sceptics seriously. Following the tradition of authors of the last century, Robert Reiss engages sympathetically with people's religious d