Contingent Predication and the Four-Point Hypothesis
Ormerod, Neil. (2011) Contingent Predication and the Four-Point Hypothesis. In In N Ormerod, O Rush and D Pascoe (Ed.). Fifty years of Insight: Bernard Lonergan's contribution to philosophy and theology pp. 109 - 118 Australasian Theological Forum Ltd.
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