Statement of the Issues

@inproceedings{Klein1974StatementOT,
  title={Statement of the Issues},
  author={Kenneth H. Klein},
  year={1974}
}
The Logical Positivists’ attack upon that type of religious belief exemplified by Christianity—or, to put it more simply, their attack upon theism—turns upon the Positivists taking a particular stand on each of three issues. It will be helpful to set out these issues clearly at the beginning, since certain writers, whose views will be examined in chapters two, three, and four, have proposed that the argument should be countered, or might be averted altogether, by taking a different stand on… 

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