4 edition of God, scepticism, and modernity found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Philosophica ;, 40, Collection Philosophica ;, 40.|
|LC Classifications||BL2747.3 .N48 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||252 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||252|
|LC Control Number||90142014|
Provocative Combining synoptic and interpretive historical manners, Armstong, author of the widely read and well-received History of God, produces another splendid book. Publishers Weekly Armstrong is a masterful writer, whose rich knowledge of all three Western traditions informs the entire book, allowing fresh insights and :// Postmodernism, in contemporary Western philosophy, a late 20th-century movement characterized by broad skepticism, subjectivism, or relativism; a general suspicion of reason; and an acute sensitivity to the role of ideology in asserting and maintaining political and economic ://
2 days ago In pre Iran, Marjane does not see religion and modernity as incompatible: in her self-written holy book she adds a commandment that “everybody should have a car.” Indeed, God, who comes into the book as his own character, provides Marjane Timothy Keller’s book The Reason for God: Belief in an age of Scepticism takes an in-depth look at the reasons for and against the existence of God. The book is split into two sections. The first half of the book looks at a number of typical reasons why people doubt the existence of God today, such as, How could a good God allow suffering? and Science has disproved :// /book-reviews/the-reason-for-god-belief-in-an-age-of-scepticism.
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Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, © Review of Kai Nielsen, God, Scepticism, and Modernity, University of Ottawa Press, David Ray Griffin Kai Nielsen is a prolific essayist: this volume is one of the latest of his collections of essays (all of which except the introduction and the final chapter have been previously published) Kai Nielsen, God, Scepticism and Modernity, University of Ottawa Press, Ottawa/Londres/Paris, Richard Swinburne, The Christian God, Clarendon Press, Oxfort, [compte-rendu] Vahanian Gabriel.
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The scepticism edition of the novel was published inand was written by Timothy J. Keller. The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Hardcover format. The main characters of this christian, religion story are. Jeremy Begbie consistently strives for more than most contemporary authors I'm familiar with in theology.
Reading him brings to mind Aslan's cry from the end of Narnia: "Come further up, come further in!" And that is always a thrill to try to hang on and see where Begbie is going in each of the chapters of Music, Modernity, and God.
It's also a challenge, especially with my limited background Buy Preaching: Communicating Faith in an Age of Scepticism by Keller, Timothy (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible :// A brief critical bibliography of Greek scepticism: p.
Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Bookplateleaf James Hannam in the book "God's Philosophers: How the Medieval World Laid the Foundations of Modern Science" gives us a tour through the medieval time and shows what was going on.
Would it be better to go to a priest or a doctor if you were sick. Actually, it might be best to go to the doctor.
Was it ignorance that led people to think the Earth › Books › Religion & Spirituality › Religious Studies. Did modernity begin with the Renaissance and end with post-modernity. In this book a distinguished scholar challenges both these assumptions.
Louis Dupré discusses the roots, development, and impact of modern thought, tracing the fundamental principles of modernity to the late fourteenth century and affirming that modernity is still an influential force in contemporary :// The book reviews the modern move in Trinitarian theology, notably in Barth, Rahner and Zizioulas etc., placing personhood and relationality at center stage of Trinitarian thought.
By summarising the historical development of the doctrine of the Trinity, from Scripture, through the Patristics, Medievals and finally modern 19th century That God is transcendent and immanent is central to understanding the God of the Bible.
In this book, Rob Lister has given us tremendous help in navigating these deep theological waters. His theological method is a fantastic and much needed model of biblically grounded synthetic analysis that incorporates keen exegetical insights that are well scepticism and irreligion in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries This volume seeks to clarify and understand the challenges made to both the framework of thinking about God and religion in the 17th and 18th centuries and to the intellectual systems that had supported religious thinking earlier.
Ample attention is given to early-modern In other words, for early moderns an atheist was one who, rather than venting radical rejection of the concept of God, challenged some of the most fundamental and universally shared Christian doctrines.
In his literary works, Marlowe drew upon such challenges to Christian doctrine in ways that suggest an attitude of religious doubt and :// The book concludes with current controversies over intelligent design and evolution, arguing for a historically informed approach to modernity's attempts to divide the religious from the secular.
The book's chronological and thematic range will make it of interest to students of religion and of intellectual and cultural history, as well as God and Modernity strikes off in a fundamentally new directionAndrew Shanks boldly calls for a new and better way to do argues that God is most present in a culture where public debate over ethical issues flourishes :// This book provides an integrated framework for explaining how nationalism has become one of the most powerful ideologies of modern times.
Starting with a consideration of the medieval roots of the nation, the author goes on to examine the various approaches and structural theories which have been used to explain the development of :// Modernity and post-modernity share a common heritage: both embrace the habit of suspicion, scepticism and doubt, one as a means of establishing the foundations of knowledge, the other as a means of demonstrating that such foundations are :// ety to analysis-that is, to anthropologize modernity-is in itself sufficient to jus tifY paying serious attention to this book.
Yet, while the culture of modernity is its main subject-and the book certainly offers important insights into it-Heelas rarely makes use of the arsenal of anthro pological analysis in formulating his views on New ://. A great many theorists have argued that the defining feature of modernity is that people no longer believe in spirits, myths, or magic.
Jason Ā. Josephson-Storm argues that as broad cultural history goes, this narrative is wrong, as attempts to suppress magic have failed more often than they have succeeded. Even the human sciences have been more enchanted than is commonly supposed. But Dallas G. Denery II, Kantik Ghosh, and Nicolette Zeeman, eds.
Uncertain Knowledge: Scepticism, Relativism, and Doubt in the Middle Ages. Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, viii + pp. $ ISBN: The medieval period was a time of advancement and change in a variety of disciplines: science, logic, and rhetoric all faced challenges and innovations that God Is Nothing but Talk: Modernity, Language, and Prayer in a Papua New Guinea Society.
Joel Robbins. This article brings together theories of local modernity and of linguistic ideology to analyze the way the Urapmin of Papua New Guinea have encountered modern linguistic ideology through their Christianization.
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