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Korochkin, L.I
Razmyshleniia Uchenogo o Boge, Sotvorenii Mira I Prirode Dobra I Zla
Opyt Populiarnogo Khristianskogo Nedogmaticheskogo Bogosloviia
[ Reflections of a scholar on God, Creation of the world, and the nature of good and evil : Popular Christian non-dogmatic theology]

Novosibirsk:  Sibirskii Khronograf, 1997
235 p
pbk. 10 x 14.5 cm
ISBN: 5875500123
Language: Russian
This book interprets the Bible and the Gospels for the general reader, reflects upon the notion of the Trinity, considers the negative role of Christian dogmatism in the modern Church, condemns the cult of Saints as a proof of survival of Paganism. The author affirms the place of reason in Christian faith and calls for an end to internecine feuds among Churches and religions. He regards spirituality as a complex entity that includes reason, intuition, and emotions and manifests itself in science, religion, and art. The relation between an ever changing paradigm of science and a stable paradigm of faith is also outlined.
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