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Positivism and Christianity: A Study of Theism and Verifiability

@inproceedings{Klein1974PositivismAC,
  title={Positivism and Christianity: A Study of Theism and Verifiability},
  author={Kenneth H. Klein},
  year={1974}
}
I. Statement of the Issues.- A. Overview of the Positivist stand upon theism.- B. Exposition of the Positivist stand on the issues.- 1. "The statement that God exists is, at least putatively, a statement of fact".- 2. "A necessary condition of a genuine statement of fact is that it must be Verifiable".- 3. "The statement that God exists is not Verifiable".- Retrospect.- C. Appendix: Unintelligible words and unintelligible sentences.- II. Theism without belief in God.- A. Religious belief… 
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