Books in category Religion – Agnosticism

  • The Disappearance of God

    The Disappearance of God
    Joseph Hillis Miller

    A landmark work of literary criticism by one of the foremost interpreters of nineteenth-century England, The Disappearance of God confronts the consciousness of an absent (though perhaps still existent) God in the writings of Thomas De …

  • Losing Our Religion

    Losing Our Religion
    Christel Manning

    "The fastest growing religion in America is–none!

  • Spiritual Atheism

    Spiritual Atheism
    Steve Antinoff

    Argues that the central conflict of Western civilization is between spirituality and atheism, that the natural world cannot satisfy, that this dissatisfaction is intolerable, and that there is no God to provide comfort.

  • Conversations with Angels

    Conversations with Angels
    Joad Raymond

    This collection offers a new and compelling vision of the place of angels in medieval and early modern Europe.

  • Grace Without God

    Grace Without God
    Katherine Ozment

    Insightful, surprising, and compelling, Grace Without God is both a personal and critical exploration of the many ways nonreligious Americans create their own meaning and purpose in an increasingly secular age.

  • Moon Spell Magic

    Moon Spell Magic
    Cerridwen Greenleaf

    What You’ll Learn Inside This Book: Features over 100 recipes for spells ranging from the everyday to special occasions and high holidays Something for every reader, from beginner level to advance students of the craft Contains many …

  • Jesus Interpreted

    Jesus, Interpreted
    Matthew J. Ramage

    In this sequel volume to his Dark Passages of the Bible (CUA Press, 2013), author Matthew Ramage turns his attention from the Old to the New Testament, now tackling truth claims bearing directly on the heart of the Christian faith cast into …

  • Pyrrhonism

    Adrian Kuzminski

    Adrian Kuzminski argues that Pyrrhonism, an ancient Greek philosophy, can best be understood as a Western form of Buddhism.

  • God the Problem

    God the Problem
    Gordon D. Kaufman

    Four of the eleven essays have been previously published, at least in part; seven are completely new.

  • Bonds of Wool The Pallium and Papal Power in the Middle Ages

    Bonds of Wool: The Pallium and Papal Power in the Middle Ages
    Michael G. Sirilla

    The heart of this book is an examination of the theology and spirituality of the episcopacy found in the lectures on 1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, and Titus.

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