Review of Negative Theology and Philosophical Analysis: Only the Splendour of Light


  • Lorraine Keller Saint Joseph's University



negative theology, apophaticism, analytic theology, grammatical thomism


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How to Cite

Keller, Lorraine. 2021. “Review of Negative Theology and Philosophical Analysis: Only the Splendour of Light”. European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 13 (4).



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