Disputed Questions in Theology and the Philosophy of Religionby John Hick
Pub. Date: 04/28/1993
Publisher: Yale University Press
In this book, a leading philosopher of religion offers fresh insights into some of the disputed religious questions of our time. John Hick discusses, for example, whether religion is a wish-fulfilling projection or a human response to the Transcendent; how to solve the problems encountered by attributing to Jesus both all divine and all human properties; and why he believes that the major world faiths are different but equally valid responses to ultimate Reality.
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Table of ContentsEpistemological - religious realism and non-realism, religious experience - its nature and validity; Christ and Christianity - an inspiration Christology, the logic of God incarnate, the non-absoluteness of Christianity; hints from Buddhism - the Buddha's doctrine of the "Undetermined Questions", religion as "Skilful Means"; religious pluralism - a personal note, Jews, Christians, Muslims - do we all worship the same God?, the real and its personae and impersonae; life and death - a possible conception of life after death.
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