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Heidegger and the Death of God

Heidegger and the Death of God Book
Author : Duane Armitage
Publisher : Springer
Release : 2017-09-06
ISBN : 3319675796
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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This book presents a reading of Martin Heidegger’s philosophy as an effort to strike a middle position between the philosophies of Plato and Friedrich Nietzsche. Duane Armitage interprets the history of Western philosophy as comprising a struggle over the meaning of “being,” and argues that this struggle is ultimately between materialism and idealism, and, in the end, between atheism and theism. This work therefore concerns the question of the meaning of the so called “death of God” in the context of contemporary Continental Philosophy.

Eclipse of God

Eclipse of God Book
Author : Kenneth Clinton Wheare
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 1957
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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The Economy of the Covenants Between God and Man

The Economy of the Covenants  Between God and Man Book
Author : Herman Witsius
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 1804
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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No Absent God

No Absent God Book
Author : Martin Cyril D'Arcy
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 1962
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Explains why the idea of man is so inextricably bound up with the idea of God, and man's existence with God's, that man tends to lose his identity when he thinks of himself outside the context of God.

The Metaphysics of Becoming

The Metaphysics of Becoming Book
Author : Thomas Padiyath
Publisher : Walter de Gruyter
Release : 2014-01-31
ISBN : 3110342774
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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This study attempts to elucidate a possible meeting point of the traditions of Eastern and Western metaphysical thinking. In discussing Whitehead’s and Aurobindo’s views on being and becoming, it seeks the possibility of a better engagement between the East and the West in the light of the philosophical insights. It is an initiation into the Sitz im Leben of Whitehead’s philosophy and his general thought pattern. It carries a perceptive analysis to show the clear primacy of Becoming or Process in Whitehead that extends even to the Divine. It also highlights Aurobindo as a unique Indian Philosopher, who articulated Indian thought in Western categories. He was able to integrate the evolutionary theory of the West with the Indian understanding of becoming. The relationship between God and Creativity and Sachchidananda and the Supermind is studied within the context of Enlightenment and Modernity and the way of doing philosophy in the West and in the East.

Between Philosophy and Theology

Between Philosophy and Theology Book
Author : Lieven Boeve,Christophe Brabant
Publisher : Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
Release : 2010
ISBN : 9781409400608
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Long past the time when philosophers from different perspectives had joined the funeral procession that declared the death of God, a renewed interest has arisen in regard to the questions of God and religion in philosophy. This book brings some of these philosophical views together to present an overview of the philosophical scene in its dealings with religion, but also to move beyond the outsider's perspective. Reflecting on these philosophical interpretations from a fundamental theological perspective, the authors discover in what way these interpretations can challenge an understanding of today's faith.

The Logiphro Dilemma

The Logiphro Dilemma Book
Author : James C. McGlothlin
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2017-01-10
ISBN : 9781498282253
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Is God above logic? If so, is he irrational? Is God subservient to logic? If so, is he really omnipotent? These questions are similar to Socrates' infamous challenge to explaining God's relation to morality, the so-called Euthyphro dilemma. In this book McGlothlin argues that the Euthyphro challenge can be extended to help explain the relationship between God and logic, what he call the Logiphro dilemma. Logic, on this account, depends on aspects of God's mind other than God's will. This is a nonstandard form of theistic logical dependence. It contrasts both with the standard form of theistic logical dependence, according to which logic depends on God's will, and with theistic logical independence, according to which logic is independent of God. These rival views can be seen as the horns of the Logiphro dilemma: either logic depends on God's will, in which case special revelation would no longer be communicable; or logic is independent of God, in which case core claims of classical theism--for example, that God is the only independent being--would be violated. The best way to escape both of these horns, according to McGlothlin, is to adopt the nonstandard form of theistic logical dependence. ""For anyone interested in the knotty issue of God's relationship to logic, this book is a must-read. Historically informed and conversant with contemporary analytic philosophy of religion, McGlothlin argues that logical voluntarism, where valid arguments are valid because God wills it so, and logical non-voluntarism, where valid arguments are valid independent of God's will, are both problematic, failing to capture important aspects of the traditional theistic picture of the divine. Finding inspiration from Aquinas, Plantinga, and Welty, McGlothlin argues for a view he calls theistic conceptual logical realism. On this view, logical validity is dependent on God yet constrained by the divine nature and hence beyond God's control. I highly recommend this book as both an excellent introduction to contemporary philosophical theology and a helpful survey of the current state of the debate related to God and abstract objects."" --Paul M. Gould, Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Christian Apologetics, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary ""Applying the Euthyphro dilemma to the domain of logic, McGlothlin provides a provocative and original solution to the age-old question, is logic dependent upon or independent of God's will? In an incisive and clear analysis, which attempts to retain both God's independent being as well as the cogency of special revelation, McGlothlin develops an ingenious form of theistic logical dependence."" --T. M. Rudavsky, Department of Philosophy, the Ohio State University James C. McGlothlin is Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Christian Worldview at Bethlehem College & Seminary, Minneapolis.

God Man and Nietzsche

God  Man and Nietzsche Book
Author : Zev Golan
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2007
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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"What if a believer in God wants to adopt the atheistic teachings of Nietzsche?" Golan shows Nietzsche can deepen one's religious experience and explain eternal life. "Did Nietzsche love or hate Jews? " Golan presents all Nietzsche's writings on the Jews and discovers why Nietzsche both lauded and castigated them. "What if Schelling had taught in a rabbinical yeshiva instead of a university?" Golan shows Schelling's discovery of the roots of evil explains suffering and the Book of Job. "What if quantum physicists had studied Jewish law?" Golan shows they would explain how repentance ("teshuvah") works. "Does history have meaning?" Golan shows where to find it, what man should do and how to relate to the Holocaust. "What if the Rambam and Ari, Maimonides and Luria, had read Nietzsche and Kierkegaard?" Golan shows they would answer all great philosophical questions. Professor Emil Fackenheim called Golan's dialogue with Nietzsche "an exciting example" of an "urgently necessary encounter between Judaism and modern philosophy" and said Golan's "Nietzsche is deep." "God, Man and Nietzsche" is for anyone who has ever asked himself how to talk to God, why to be good, or what is happening in history.

Eclipse of God

Eclipse of God Book
Author : Mordekhai Martín Buber
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 1979
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Reciprocity between Swinburne and Kant regarding the Question of God

Reciprocity between Swinburne and Kant regarding the Question of God Book
Author : Georg Oswald
Publisher : GRIN Verlag
Release : 2010-04-06
ISBN : 3640585704
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Essay aus dem Jahr 2006 im Fachbereich Philosophie - Sonstiges, , Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: The theme of this essay revolves around the post-Kantian debate on different attempts to unearth new arguments for the existence of God. One of the first analytic philosophers in the tradition of the philosophy of religion, RICHARD SWINBURNE (born 26 Dec 1934), caused a furor with the publication of his trilogy – The Coherence of Theism, The Existence of God and Faith and Reason. While his first book – The Coherence of Theism (1977) – addresses the question as to whether God can be conceived as internally coherent, his second book – The Existence of God (1st Edition 1979, 2nd Edition 2004) – explicates a detailed analysis of whether God’s existence is true or false.1 Assuming that God’s existence is not “demonstrably incoherent (i.e. logically impossible)”2, which he concludes from his first book, Swinburne’s main task is to analyze whether religious experience can provide specific information on God’s existence. With this in mind, Swinburne directs his arguments against Kant whom he mentions explicitly more than 35 times in his book.3 Kant, who with his critique of pure reason, casts the question of God’s existence out beyond the range of immediate experience, builds the fundament for Swinburne’s criticism and his aim to justify God’s existence through immediate experience. Kant emphasizes namely, that God is an idea conceived in the transcendental subject, but cannot be experienced or perceived directly.

Martin Luther

Martin Luther Book
Author : Richard Marius
Publisher : Harvard University Press
Release : 2000-11
ISBN : 0674040619
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Few figures in history have defined their time as dramatically as Martin Luther. And few books have captured the spirit of such a figure as truly as this robust and eloquent life of Luther. A highly regarded historian and biographer and a gifted novelist and playwright, Richard Marius gives us a dazzling portrait of the German reformer--his inner compulsions, his struggle with himself and his God, the gestation of his theology, his relations with contemporaries, and his responses to opponents. Focusing in particular on the productive years 1516-1525, Marius' detailed account of Luther's writings yields a rich picture of the development of Luther's thought on the great questions that came to define the Reformation. Marius follows Luther from his birth in Saxony in 1483, during the reign of Frederick III, through his schooling in Erfurt, his flight to an Augustinian monastery and ordination to the outbreak of his revolt against Rome in 1517, the Wittenberg years, his progress to Worms, his exile in the Wartburg, and his triumphant return to Wittenberg. Throughout, Marius pauses to acquaint us with pertinent issues: the question of authority in the church, the theology of penance, the timing of Luther's Reformation breakthrough, the German peasantry in 1525, Muntzer's revolutionaries, the whys and hows of Luther's attack on Erasmus. In this personal, occasionally irreverent, always humane reconstruction, Luther emerges as a skeptic who hated skepticism and whose titanic wrestling with the dilemma of the desire for faith and the omnipresence of doubt and fear became an augury for the development of the modern religious consciousness of the West. In all of this, he also represents tragedy, with the goodness of his works overmatched by their calamitous effects on religion and society.

God and the New Metaphysics

God and the New Metaphysics Book
Author : Herb Gruning
Publisher : Blue Dolphin Pub
Release : 2005
ISBN : 9781577331612
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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or those individuals who consider themselves to be en route, that is, to be on a philosophical or theological journey as opposed to already having arrived at a resolution to their cosmic-scale issues, this investigation may prove helpful. God and the New Metaphysics examines metaphysical and cosmological proposals for an alternate vision of reality.The title of this work is a deliberate play on physicist Paul Davies'' volume, God and the New Physics. The difference is that whereas his approach is a scientific one, this study comes to the subject of God and cosmology from a philosophical and theological angle, while at the same time remaining sensitive to scientific concerns.The origin of the universe remains a scientific mystery, but once it was under way, additional mysteries surface. There is a gap in our understanding, presently at least, between the world of chemistry and the onset of biology. How life arose from non-life has not been resolved. Then there is also a gap between biology and psychology, namely how an entire host of metaphysical categories arose, or at least the alleged realities to which they point. These include mind, soul, spirit, consciousness, self-consciousness, awareness, and self-awareness. Mysterious too is not only how the world began but how it will end.While the current analysis cannot hope to unravel these mysteries once and for all, it engages the thought of some of those who begin to disentangle us from the metaphysical knots in which we have tied ourselves. In sequential order it will consult the work of Alfred North Whitehead, James Lovelock, Rupert Sheldrake, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, David Bohm, and sample the thought of several others for the insights they can bestow.Endorsements"The perennial mystery of existence has inspired tomes of both scientific and metaphysical speculation over the millennia. In God and the New Metaphysics, Herb Gruning presents a fresh perspective, one that choreographs a dance between Whitehead''s process theology and recent developments in physics, biology, medicine, cosmology, and several other fields. Whether discussing Heraclitus or David Bohm, morphogenetic fields or Gaia theory, Gruning is lucid, articulate, engaging, and provocative. His readers will never think of their universe in the same way again." Stanley Krippner, Ph.D., co-author, Extraordinary Dreams and How to Work with Them, co-editor, Varieties of Anomalous Experience: Examining the Scientific Evidence"This book is a vigorous plea for a new metaphysics capable of revealing being and becoming as the texture of both the world and the nature of God." Maurice Boutin, Ph.D., J.W. McConnell Professor of Philosophy of Religion, McGill University, Montreal, Canada"God and the New Metaphysics is a handy guide (''road map'') for anyone venturing on philosophical excursions into the big questions surrounding the origins of the universe itself, and of life within it. It succinctly summarizes scientific advancements and their implications for the way we view the world, since (as Herb Gruning writes) ''All epistemological activity ... functions worldviewishly.'' In addition to dealing with the development of the philosophy of science in the context of the clashes between science and religion, the author suggests interesting lines of inquiry to help resolve the questions which will remain in the reader''s mind at the end of the book, as they do in philosophy and science to the present day." Francine McCarthy, Professor of Earth Science and Great Books/ Liberal Studies, Brock University"What can abide and what must change in our understanding of God and nature? Walking the ever-shifting boundary lines between religion and contemporary science and drawing on rich resources to be found on both sides, Gruning has written a well-informed, insightful, and adventuresome book, addressing this question. And while refusing to oversimplify, he manages to write lucidly about deep and complex matters." John C. Robertson, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, Department of Religious Studies, McMaster University"In lucid and sparkling prose, Herb Gruning provides the inquisitive layperson with a solid summary of the history and present state of the natural sciences, together with a panoply of the most significant meta-scientific reflections on the meaning and import of those sciences for the higher purposes of human life. God and the Mew Metaphysics offers more than a road map through the highways and byways of science, philosophy, and theology. It is a traveler''s guide through adjacent territories that have been explored by other travelers, with lively commentary on the usefulness of the older guidebooks. Above all, it identifies the limits of the previous explorations, and so reveals the openness of the horizons of knowledge, instilling in the reader a sense of further adventure at the edge of the known world." Dr. James Lawler, Philosophy Department, SUNY at Buffalo"The author gives an excellent account of the controversy surrounding science and religion as alternative avenues to truth and argues persuasively how science in general has failed to unravel some of the deep mysteries of the universe such as the origin of the universe and of life, among others.The book makes interesting reading with the author''s critical look at traditional theology with respect to its stand on the nature of god and purpose of creation, and his suggestion for a new direction in this regard along the lines developed by Alfred North Whitehead and others who consider the universe in all its diversity as a Divine Process - a view cosistent with that of modern physics where the cosmic reality is looked upon as a play of cosmic energy. While it is a valuable addition to one''s collection, the book provides useful material for a course in science and religion." Gowdar Veeranna, economist, Winnipeg, Canada

Between Heaven and Hollywood

Between Heaven and Hollywood Book
Author : David A.R. White
Publisher : Zondervan
Release : 2016-10-25
ISBN : 0310345952
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Between Heaven & Hollywood is David’s inspirational journey from the wheat fields of his Mennonite home outside of Dodge City Kansas, to the bright lights of Los Angeles. This story of perseverance will assure you that your dreams aren’t frivolous. They might be the most important part of your life. White has starred in more than twenty-five movies and produced forty films, including the blockbuster God’s Not Dead. He serves as a Managing Partner of Pure Flix, the largest faith-based movie studio in the world. With his signature wit and sidesplitting hilarity, David’s story of faithfulness, grounded in the biblical truth that no dream is too big for God, will inspire you to relentlessly pursue your dreams, and in the process, bring the reality of God’s kingdom a little closer to the here and now. God has planted a dream in your heart that is both unique to you and essential to the world. White reminds us that there is no one too common, too uneducated, too poor, too inexperienced, or too broken that he or she cannot be used by God.

Natural Table

Natural Table Book
Author : Louis-Claude De Saint-Martin
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2018-06-21
ISBN : 9781947907034
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Louis-Claude de Saint-Martin's second book, published in 1782, continues the themes begun in 'Of Errors & Truth', developing a great image or tableau of the relationships between God, Man and the Universe.

Encounter Between Eastern Orthodoxy and Radical Orthodoxy

Encounter Between Eastern Orthodoxy and Radical Orthodoxy Book
Author : Dr Adrian Pabst,Mr Christoph Schneider
Publisher : Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
Release : 2013-05-28
ISBN : 1409478149
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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This book presents the first debate between the contemporary movement Radical Orthodoxy and Eastern Orthodox theologians. Leading international scholars offer new insights and reflections on a wide range of contemporary issues from a specifically theological and philosophical perspective. The ancient notion of divine Wisdom (Sophia) serves as a common point of reference in this encounter. Both Radical and Eastern Orthodoxy agree that the transfiguration of the world through the Word is at the very centre of the Christian faith. The book explores how this process of transformation can be envisaged with regard to epistemological, ontological, aesthetical, ecclesiological and political questions. Contributors to this volume include Rowan Williams, John Milbank, Antoine Arjakovsky, Michael Northcott, Nicholas Loudovikos, Andrew Louth and Catherine Pickstock.

An address to the Methodists on the difference between their doctrines and those of the New Jerusalem Church delivered in the New Jerusalem Chapel Accrington on February 4th 1844

An address to the Methodists  on the difference between their doctrines and those of the New Jerusalem Church  delivered in the New Jerusalem Chapel  Accrington     on     February 4th  1844 Book
Author : Jonathan Bayley
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 1844
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Between God and Man

Between God and Man Book
Author : Pope Innocent III,Corinne J. Vause,Frank C. Gardiner
Publisher : CUA Press
Release : 2004-03-01
ISBN : 0813213657
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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The sermons presented in this rich collection cast a clearer light on Innocent's concept of what his duties were as priest and bishop.

God as the Mystery of the World

God as the Mystery of the World Book
Author : Eberhard Jüngel
Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
Release : 2014-11-20
ISBN : 0567659836
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Jüngel sets out to establish a basis for a theology of God the crucified while avoiding the shoals of theism and atheism. He warns of the danger, rooted in the fact that modernity no longer dares to think God, of talking God to death, of silencing God with too much God-talk. Jüngel analyzes what our possibilities are of thinking and speaking God and concludes that theology has to become the narrative of God's humanity. This second book in the series helps the reader to gain a more explicit awareness of the contemporary issues Jüngel's theology grapples with.

Analyzing A Common Word Between Us Muslims and You Christians

Analyzing A Common Word Between Us Muslims and You Christians Book
Author : Joseph Nnabugwu
Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
Release : 2011-04-26
ISBN : 1462853056
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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In recent peace initiative (a common word) in Muslim-Christian relations, emphasis on the way forward between Islam and Christianity has been a frantic call to "love of God and love of neighbor." This call, argued in this book, provokes rival and parallel logic in the concepts of monotheism between Christian religious leaders and scholars on the one hand and Islamic religious leaders and scholars on the other. Using in places the framework of critical discourse analysis (CDA), the author analyzes some text extracts from a common word in order to expose the underlying problems of ideologies, dichotomies, identity constructions, and orthodoxy claims that are associated with the Islamic Tawhid and Christian Trinity. Drawing from various conferences and workshops convened by both religious communities as well as some social scientist insights, this book finds authentic communication in Muslim-Christian relations grounded in recognition and acceptance of the differences between Islam and Christianity. Recognizing the ideological issues in the usage of the appositional pronouns us Muslims and you Christians as suggesting dichotomy, the author suggests rather the education of both Muslims and Christians, starting from the kindergarten on the religion and beliefs of the other and to re-interpret and revise conflicting Qur'anic and biblical issues pertaining to Muslim-Christian relations.

Between Woman Man and God

Between Woman  Man and God Book
Author : Hagith Sivan
Publisher : T&T Clark
Release : 2004-08
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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At the heart of the Exodus is a recitation of the Decalogue, a "contract" between Yahweh and Israel that inscribes Israel into the fabric of human societies while emphasizing its uniqueness through Yahweh. According to the demands of the Decalogue, manhood entails the avoidance of stealing, killing, and coveting, not to mention apostasy and violation of the Sabbath and other men's property. What, then, would be the essence of womanhood, if different? Is there an exclusion of women from active participation in the Sinaitic theophany and, consequently, from active sharing of responsibility and identity? How ethically normative are the Ten Commandments? And, in terms of the present study, how gender specific are they? This study reclaims the encoded voice of womanhood, or rather the code of women as one crucial key for comprehending the ancient Israelite mind. By selecting female characters' narratives as interpretative clues for the "law", this book presents a reading of the Decalogue at three levels: legal, behavioral and representational.