[Wallingford, Pa., 1966]
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Murphy takes a philosophical approach to questions of comparative religion, addressing many topics form the nature of religious assertions, to the relationship of culture and religion, and how various religions balance such polarities as Ought and Being, or immanence and transcendence. The text is
Show Morevery dense, and addresses many aspects of religion. Her point emerges, to both plumb the depths of one's own religion and open to the visions of other religions. There is valuable material here if this kind of philosophical density fits your taste and interest.
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