Books in category Religion – Philosophy

  • Volume 10 Philosophy of Religion

    Volume 10: Philosophy of Religion
    Guttorm Fløistad

    The present volume is a continuation of the series Contemporary Philosophy. As with the earlier volumes in the series, the present Chronicles purport to give a survey of significant trends in contemporary philosophy.

  • Al Ghazali s Philosophical Theology

    Al-Ghazali’s Philosophical Theology
    Frank Griffel

    This book offers a comprehensive study of al-Ghazali's life and his understanding of cosmology-how God creates things and events in the world, how human acts relate to God's power, and how the universe is structured.

  • And Jacob Digged a Well

    And Jacob Digged a Well
    Theodore M. Snider

    In And Jacob Digged a Well, author Pastor Theodore M. Snider provides a commentary on religion—where it’s been, where it’s headed, and how it fits in the modern world.

  • William James on Radical Empiricism and Religion

    William James on Radical Empiricism and Religion
    Hunter Brown

    Hunter Brown shows that Henry James's views of religious experience do not in fact lapse into subjectivismor fideism that critics have accused him of but occasions hardships and self-sacrifice which James describes.

  • God Goodness and Philosophy

    God, Goodness and Philosophy
    Harriet A. Harris

    This book will be of interest to scholars and undergraduates in philosophy of religion, as well as moral philosophers, philosophers of science, theologians, and those working in theology and science.

  • Die Schwarze Spinne

    Die Schwarze Spinne
    Jeremias Gotthelf

    This book is an interlinear translation of a religious allegory about morals and religious living in the mid-nineteenth century, written in 1842 by Jeremias Gotthelf, a pastor.

  • Iohannes Scottus Eriugena

    Iohannes Scottus Eriugena
    Gerd van Riel

    This volume contains essays which shed light on numerous aspects of Eriugena's hermeneutics of Scripture.

  • The Christ Literalist

    The Christ Literalist
    Lou Meza

    About life and death? Liberty and justice? What did he say about lust and greed? Family, marriage and divorce? The Christ Literalist is an attempt to consolidate His Word, i.e., at least, the words he actually spoke, into one volume.

  • Christ in the Life and Teaching of Gregory of Nazianzus

    Christ in the Life and Teaching of Gregory of Nazianzus
    Andrew P. Hofer

    This book thus offers a unique perspective on the one known as 'the Theologian' in Chalcedon's acts and in subsequent Christian tradition.

  • Adoration

    Adoration
    Jean-Luc Nancy

    In this book, Jean-Luc Nancy goes beyond his earlier historical and philosophical thought and tries to think-or at least crack open a little to thinking-a stance or bearing that might be suitable to the retreat of God that results from the …

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