Disagreement, deference, and religious commitment /
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Disagreement, deference, and religious commitment /

The striking extent of religious disagreement suggests that religious conviction is very often the result of processes that do not reliably produce true beliefs. For this reason, many have argued that the only rational response to religious disagreement is to adopt a religious skepticism that eschew...

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Main Author: Pittard, John (Author)
Corporate Author: Oxford Scholarship Online.
Format: Online Book
Published: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2019]
Access:Online version
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