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The purpose of our discussion, however, is not so much to reveal the weak features of behaviorism as it is to place it in juxtaposition with Christianity and point out the incongruities. We have seen that the philosophical basis upon which the superstructure of behaviorism has been raised is a problem that has not bothered many of the behaviorists. Most of them have chosen to remain indifferent to this groundwork - apparently because it is not objective enough for them. But whether it be objective or subjective, Christianity has a very definite philosophical basis and our comparison of the two systems will not allow us to remain so indifferent to the problem as the behaviorists have been.
Coyner, Daniel, "Behaviorism and Christianity" (1926). Bachelor of Divinity. 725.
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