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Imago Dei, Paramaṃ Sāmyam: Hindu Light on a Traditional Christian Theme

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Clooney, F.X. Imago Dei, Paramaṃ Sāmyam: Hindu Light on a Traditional Christian Theme. Hindu Studies 12, 227–255 (2008). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11407-008-9063-y

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  • Christian Tradition
  • Christian Theologian
  • Eternal Life
  • Full Experience
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