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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword v
  • Contents vii
  • Preliminary 1
  • 1 - Religion and the Mind 3
  • 2 - Examination of Intellect 12
  • God 25
  • 3 - He Who Is 27
  • 4 - The Mind Works on Infinity 40
  • 5 - God Tells Man 54
  • 6 - Three Persons in One Nature 64
  • 7 - Father, Son, and Holy Ghost 74
  • 8 - Some Further Precisions 85
  • 9 - Concluding This Part 90
  • Creation 97
  • 10 - God as Creator 99
  • 11 - The Created Universe 110
  • 12 - Angels, Matter, Men 121
  • 13 - The Testing of Angels and Men 140
  • 14 - The Fall of Man 156
  • 15 - Between the Fall and The Redemption 172
  • 16 - The Mission of Christ 193
  • 17- The Redeemer 203
  • 19 - Redemption 227
  • 20 - The Kingdom 238
  • 21 - Dispensing the Gifts 247
  • 22 - The Mystical Body of Christ 266
  • 23 - Life in the Body 280
  • 24 - Life After Death 289
  • 25 - The End of the World 300
  • Oneself 309
  • 26 - Habituation to Reality 311
  • 27 - Habituation to Man 320
  • 28 - The Insufficiency of Man 330
  • 29 - Sufficiency in the Church 340
  • 30 - The Life of Grace 347
  • 31 - The Landscape of Reality 364
  • 32 - Idyll and Fact 385
  • Index 403
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