Comparative Theology And The Problem Of Religious Rivalry
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Author by : Hugh Nicholson Languange Used : en Release Date : 2011-04-08 Publisher by : Oxford University Press ISBN : 019984237X File Size : 50,8 Mb Total Download : 214
In theological discourse, argues Hugh Nicholson, the political goes "all the way down." One never reaches a bedrock level of politically neutral religious facts, because all theological discourse - even the most sublime, edifying, and "spiritual"--is shot through with polemical elements. Liberal theologies, from the Christian fulfillment theology of the nineteenth century to the pluralist theology of the twentieth, have assumed that religious writings attain spiritual truth and sublimity despite any polemical elements they might contain. Through his analysis and comparison of the Christian mys
Author by : Hugh Nicholson Languange Used : en Release Date : 2016-03-01 Publisher by : Oxford University Press ISBN : 9780190455347 File Size : 41,7 Mb Total Download : 532
The cognitive science of religion has shown that abstract religious concepts within many established religious traditions often fail to correspond to the beliefs of the vast majority of those religions' adherents. And yet, while the cognitive approach to religion has explained why these "theologically correct" doctrines have difficulty taking root in popular religious thought, it is largely silent on the question of how they developed in the first place. Hugh Nicholson aims to fill this gap by arguing that such doctrines can be understood as developing out of social identity processes. He focu
Author by : Peter C. Phan Languange Used : en Release Date : 2014-08-01 Publisher by : Wipf and Stock Publishers ISBN : 9781630874896 File Size : 54,6 Mb Total Download : 295
Our contemporary world is fast becoming religiously diverse in a variety of ways. Thanks to globalization and migration, to mention only two current worldwide trends, people of diverse and sometimes mutually hostile faiths are now sharing neighborhoods and encountering one another's religious traditions on a daily basis. For scholars in religious studies and theology the issue to be examined is whether religious diversity is merely the result of historical development and social interaction, or whether it is inherent in the object of belief--part of the very structure of faith and our attempts