Religion without ulterior motive

Van de Beek, A. (2005)

CITATION: Van de Beek, A. 2005. Religion without ulterior motive. HTS Theological Studies, 61(1/2):517-529, doi:10.4102/hts.v61i1/2.425.

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This article deals with the relevance of Christian faith. It is expected of religion to be of relevance to society, to inform politics, to guide people in their personal development, and so forth. The article wants to explore the argument of whether religion should be relevant at all, and what the consequences of denying the relevance of religion would be.

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