Some twentieth-century writers from Braithwaite to Wittgenstein and Phillips have denied that theological sentences ever express propositions, and so make claims about how the world is. Rather, in their view, theological sentences express attitudes and intentions. As an account of the actual use of such sentences by religious believers of the past two millennia, this is plainly false. The sentences of creeds do express propositions.
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