Some Significant Concepts and Implications of the God Idea

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The problem of this thesis is to show that a humanistic, pragmatic, and instrumental concept of God would help man in his life, at the present stage of development in the western world, more than an authoritarian or absolute concept. This thesis endeavors to show that the confusion and instability in the moral and religious life is caused by a great need of change of attitude and beliefs towards the concept of God and religion.

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Baker, Ruth 1946.

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The problem of this thesis is to show that a humanistic, pragmatic, and instrumental concept of God would help man in his life, at the present stage of development in the western world, more than an authoritarian or absolute concept. This thesis endeavors to show that the confusion and instability in the moral and religious life is caused by a great need of change of attitude and beliefs towards the concept of God and religion.

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iii, 65 leaves

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Baker, Ruth. Some Significant Concepts and Implications of the God Idea, thesis, 1946; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc70373/: accessed October 21, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .