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Philosophy of Religion

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Release date: 
September 1, 2014

In Dialectical Theology and Jacques Ellul, Jacob E. Van Vleet argues that the work of Jacques Ellul is frequently misread on account of inattention to the theological underpinning that governs Ellul's thought. In a penetrating analysis, Van Vleet provides a substantive account of the theological structure of Ellul's work.

Release date: 
August 1, 2014

This book not only offers a new way of approaching Kierkegaard's writings, but also shows how they might serve to illuminate and to deepen one's relationship with the divine.

Christina Petterson (Author) Roland Boer (Author)
Release date: 
July 1, 2014

Roland Boer and Christina Petterson here produce a critical survey showing that the rise of capitalist theory was shaped by the way different economic philosophers read the Bible.

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February 1, 2014
Norris J. Chumley introduces us to Hesychasm, or silence, and to the lives of its early practitioners. The reader is introduced to St. Anthony, St. Pachomius, Evagrius, St. John Climacus, and many others.
Release date: 
February 1, 2014
Attempting to avoid the trappings of a radical distantiation and the immanent collapse of God and world, Frank Kirkpatrick argues for a theory of agency and action that preserves the mystery of God while providing a philosophically robust account of divine action in created time and space.
Bradley Beach (Editor) Matthew Powell (Editor)
Release date: 
February 1, 2014
The text presents a collection of essays that reflect upon the narrative of God's command to Abraham to sacrifice his son Isaac in Genesis 22.
Gary Keogh (Author)
Release date: 
February 1, 2014

Reading Richard Dawkins illustrates how dialogue with antithetical viewpoints offers new perspectives on classical theological problems. Keogh demonstrates how a dialogical paradigm may take shape-one which is up to the task of facing its critics in the context of modern academia.

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