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The Personhood Of God

Author : Yochanan Muffs
ISBN : 9781580233385
Genre : Religion
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Insightful and accessible. Renowned Bible scholar Dr. Yochanan Muffs examines the anthropomorphic evolution of the Divine Image--from creator of the cosmos to God the father, husband, king, "chess-player"--and how these diverse images of God have shaped us.
Category: Religion

Hegel On The Proofs And Personhood Of God

Author : Professor Emeritus of Germanic Studies Philosophy and Religious Studies Robert R Williams
ISBN : 9780198795223
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Hegel's analysis of his culture identifies nihilistic tendencies in modernity i.e., the death of God and end of philosophy. Philosophy and religion have both become hollowed out to such an extent that traditional disputes between faith and reason become impossible because neither any longer possesses any content about which there could be any dispute; this is nihilism. Hegel responds to this situation with a renewal of the ontological argument (Logic) and ontotheology, which takes the form of philosophical trinitarianism. Hegel on the Proofs and Personhood of God examines Hegel's recasting of the theological proofs as the elevation of spirit to God and defense of their content against the criticisms of Kant and Jacobi. It also considers the issue of divine personhood in the Logic and Philosophy of Religion. This issue reflects Hegel's antiformalism that seeks to win back determinate content for truth (Logic) and the concept of God. While the personhood of God was the issue that divided the Hegelian school into left-wing and right-wing factions, both sides fail as interpretations. The center Hegelian view is both virtually unknown, and the most faithful to Hegel's project. What ties the two parts of the book together--Hegel's philosophical trinitarianism or identity as unity in and through difference (Logic) and his theological trinitarianism, or incarnation, trinity, reconciliation, and community (Philosophy of Religion)--is Hegel's Logic of the Concept. Hegel's metaphysical view of personhood is identified with the singularity (Einzelheit) of the concept. This includes as its speculative nucleus the concept of the true infinite: the unity in difference of infinite/finite, thought and being, divine-human unity (incarnation and trinity), God as spirit in his community.
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God Evil And Design

Author : David O'Connor
ISBN : UOM:39015077106774
Genre : Philosophy
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Although vast and complex, the universe is orderly in many ways, and conditions at its beginning were right for the eventual evolution of life on this planet. But with life there is death, and with sentient life there is great pain and suffering, often with no apparent justification or purpose. Taking these things together, is it reasonable to conclude that the universe was brought about by God? Moreover, does the magnitude of seemingly pointless suffering square with the idea that God exists, or is it good reason to think there is no God? These questions come up for many people, not just religious believers, and are examined in this engaging and thought-provoking book. Starting out with no pre-disposition to theism, atheism, or agnosticism, God, Evil, and Design takes up these questions in order to see where an impartial investigation leads. To achieve impartiality, the reader is invited to simulate ignorance insofar as his or her own religious preference is concerned. With this approach, God, Evil, and Design provides both a fresh look at important and controversial issues in philosophy and an excellent introduction to the contemporary debates surrounding them. Lively and non-technical, this book will be accessible to anyone with an interest in these topics.
Category: Philosophy

Personhood

Author : John T. Chirban
ISBN : UOM:39015037762559
Genre : Religion
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Creates a forum for dialogue between traditional Christian understandings of the nature of the person and modern studies in medicine, psychology, and religion.
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The Oxford Handbook Of Reformed Theology

Author : Michael Allen
ISBN : 9780198723912
Genre : Religion
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Reformed theology remains one of the most vibrant fields of discussion in the study of Christianity. This authoritative collection introduces and analyses the key contexts, classic texts, and lingering themes of this theological tradition.
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Hartshorne And Brightman On God Process And Persons

Author : Randall E. Auxier
ISBN : UOM:39015049737409
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In 1922 Charles Hartshorne, then an aspiring young philosopher, wrote to Edgar Sheffield Brightman, a preeminent philosopher of religion and one of the earliest members of the Boston School of Personalism. For twenty-three subsequent years, the two carried out an unusually rich and intensive correspondence, and, remarkably, almost every letter was preserved. They are presented here along with additional material that follows the philosophers' lives and interactions after 1945, when Brightman's ill health prevented him from continuing the correspondence.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

City Of God

Author : Kevin Lewis O'Neill
ISBN : STANFORD:36105128073900
Genre : Church and the world
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Pilgrimage To Personhood

Author : Fount Shults
ISBN : 0914903209
Genre : Christian life
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Category: Christian life

Christian Philosophy

Author : J. Aaron Simmons
ISBN : 9780198834106
Genre : Philosophy
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One of the marks of being a philosopher is participating in debates about what counts as "philosophy." Of particular note in such debates is the question of how to distinguish philosophy from theology. Although a variety of answers to this question have been offered in the history of philosophy, in recent decades, the prominence of Christian philosophy has been heralded by many as a genuine triumph over the problematic narrowness of strong foundationalism, positivism, and scientism. For others, however, it signals that philosophy continues to risk being replaced by confessional theology. Wherever one comes down on such issues, and however one interprets recent trends in philosophy of religion, the idea of Christian philosophy continues to present pressing questions for those working in meta-philosophy, epistemology, metaphysics, hermeneutics, and value theory. In this volume, established scholars representing a variety of cultural traditions, religious perspectives, and philosophical priorities all wrestle with how the idea of Christian philosophy should be understood, appropriated, and engaged in light of where philosophy is and where it is likely to go. The volume includes classical essays that have deeply marked the field and also new essays that explore the relevance of Christian philosophy to issues in disability studies, engaged pedagogy, lived phenomenology, the academic study of religion, and the workings of social power. Rather than offer a unified view that seeks to settle things, the contributors demonstrate that Christian philosophy remains a topic of lively debate. Wherever one comes down on the issues considered here, this volume shows that Christian philosophy is neither merely of historical interest, nor of interest only to Christians, but instead remains a thoroughly philosophical topic worthy of serious consideration and substantive critique. With a Foreword by Nicholas Wolterstorff, Noah Porter Professor Emeritus of Philosophical Theology at Yale University; Senior Research Fellow in the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture at the University of Virginia; and Honorary Professor of Australian Catholic University.
Category: Philosophy

When God Is Gone Everything Is Holy

Author : Chet Raymo
ISBN : STANFORD:36105131754892
Genre : Religion
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In what he describes as a "late-life credo," renowned science writer Chet Raymo narrates his half-century journey from the traditional Catholicism of his youth to his present perspective as a "Catholic agnostic." As a scientist, Raymo holds to the skepticism that accepts only verifiable answers, but as a "religious naturalist," he never ceases his pursuit of "the beautiful and terrible mystery that soaks creation." Raymo assembles a stunning array of scientists, philosophers, mystics, and poets who help him discover "glimmers of the Absolute in every particular." Whether exploring the connection of the human body to the stars or the meaning of prayer of the heart, these challenging reflections will cause believers and agnostics alike to pause and pay attention.
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God Without A Face

Author : Najeeb Awad
ISBN : 3161508084
Genre : Religion
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Pt. 1. The twofold distortion of modern pneumatology. The Holy Spirit and the problem of pneumatic-monism -- The Holy Spirit and the problem of pneumatic-jesuology -- Pt. 2. The Holy Spirit in the theology of the Church Fathers. The Holy Spirit and the doctrine of the Trinity -- The subordination of the Holy Spirit in Trinitarian theology -- Pt. 3. 'Person' theology, and the person of the Spirit. Theological trends in the concept of person in the doctrine of God -- The defence of person and the relationship concept -- The hypostasis of the Holy Spirit : toward a pneumatological extension of the case -- Pt. 4. The scriptural attestation to the hypostasis of the Spirit. The reciprocal koinonia of the Spirit and the Father -- The reciprocal koinonia between the Spirit and the Son -- The eschatological Spirit and the community of the Son -- Conclusion: The perichoretic godhead and the Holy Spirit.
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Zygon

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ISBN : UOM:49015003175933
Genre : Religion and science
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Dogma

Author : Michael Schmaus
ISBN : UOM:39015005530855
Genre : Theology, Doctrinal
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Category: Theology, Doctrinal

The Call To Personhood

Author : Alistair I. McFadyen
ISBN : STANFORD:36105035112247
Genre : Christian sociology
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Spirit And Existence

Author : Michael Gelven
ISBN : UOM:39015018916406
Genre : Philosophy
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Authority In The Roman Catholic Church

Author : Bernard Hoose
ISBN : UOM:39015054408870
Genre : Religion
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How did the present authority structures within the Church come into existence? How, if at all, can we justify their existence? What form of authority should exist in the Church? These and other related questions exercise the minds of many Christians in these days when the very notion of authority is questioned, but debate about them is perhaps nowhere more lively than within the ranks of Roman Catholicism. This book offers an important contribution to such debate within that church. Leading Catholic theologians from both sides of the Atlantic take up the key issues: analysing the concept of authority and governance; examining the history of authority within the Roman Catholic church; discussing who should have a say in future developments; exploring ecumenical dimensions, with particular reference to Anglicanism and the Orthodox churches; and suggesting the kind of reforms that might be prudent, as well as ways in which such reforms might be brought about. The book will prove of interest to many Roman Catholics, but given the ecumenical impact of many of the issues explored, it is likely to exert a wide appeal far beyond the confines of that church.
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The Personalist Forum

Author :
ISBN : UOM:39015078750208
Genre : Personalism
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Caribbean Personhood Ii

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105113653740
Genre : Catholic Church
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Theological Questions

Author : Owen C. Thomas
ISBN : 0819213284
Genre : Religion
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