With gifted thinkers

conversations with Caputo, Hart, Horner, Kearney, Keller, Rigby, Taylor, Wallace, Westphal by Mark Manolopoulos

Publisher: Peter Lang in Bern, New York

Written in English
Published: Pages: 260 Downloads: 338
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Includes bibliographical references.

StatementMark Manolopoulos
SeriesEuropean university studies. Theology, Series XXIII -- v. 896 = -- Europäische hochschulschriften. Theologie, Reihe XXIII -- Bd. 896 = -- Publications universitaires européennes. Théologie, Série XXIII -- Théologie, -- v. 896
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LC ClassificationsBL65.P73 M36 2009
The Physical Object
Pagination260 p. ;
Number of Pages260
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Open LibraryOL24561821M
ISBN 109783034300988
LC Control Number2009031524

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Gifted adults differ intellectually from others and are more sophisticated, more global thinkers who have the capacity to generalize and to see the complex relationships in the world.

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