|GOD AND RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE|
|Written by OANA GHERMAN|
ABSTRACT. James says that a genuine first-hand religious experience is bound to be a heterodoxy to its witnesses, the prophet appearing as a mere lonely madman. Küng points out that God is not a supramundane being above the clouds, in the physical heaven, and is not an extramundane being, beyond the stars, in the metaphysical heaven. Paul writes that the church does not propose that science should become religion or religion, science.
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