Levertoff

Rationalists and Mystics[06]


One of the topics found in Paul Philip Levertoff's Love and the Messianic Age is a discussion of two different approaches to faith — a rational approach and a mystical approach. Posed in modern terminology we may compare this to an academic vs. a charismatic approach. Learn more as we delve into what Levertoff has to say on the subject.

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