John Locke: Writings on Religion
Oxford University Press, 2002 - 290 pages
Locke lived at a time of heightened religious sensibility, and religious motives and theological beliefs were fundamental to his philosophical outlook. Here, Victor Nuovo brings together the first comprehensive collection of Locke's writings on religion and theology. These writings illustrate the deep religious motivation in Locke's thought.
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INSPIRATION REVELATION SCRIPTURE AND FAITH
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FALL AND REDEMPTION
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