One God Of All? available in Hardcover
Investigates and subjects to philosophical analysis the claim that a single transcendent being is present or active in all of the world's major religions.
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About the Author
Garth Hallett, SJ, was formerly Dean of the College of Philosophy and Letters at Saint Louis University, USA. He has previously published fourteen books, including A Middle Way to God (Oxford University Press, 2000), Identity and Mystery in Themes of Christian Faith (Ashgate, 2005), and Linguistic Philosophy: The Central Story (SUNY, 2008).
Table of Contents
Preface \ 1. Pluralist Identity Claims: A Preliminary Overview \ 2. The Claims' Significance \ 3. Fixing a Focus \ 4. Transcendent Reference \ 5. For and Against Identical Reference \ 6. Neglected Questions \ 7. Multiple Misgivings \ 8. Counter-Exploration \ 9. Dialectical Response \ 10. Pluralism in a New Key? \ Notes \ Works Cited