Jesus on Knowledge of God

Paul K. Moser


Paul K. Moser examines the view of Jesus on the nature of human knowers and on the nature of human knowledge of God. He contends that Jesus regards people not as mere physical entities but as morally accountable agents, capable of spiritual communion with God as gracious Father. He also shows that Jesus regards proper knowledge of God as inherently filial. Spiritual communion with God as Father requires filial knowing of God, involving trust, love, prayer, thanksgiving and obedience toward God as Father. Mr. Moser is Professor of Philosophy at Loyola University.


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