As we come to the close of the first decade of the 21st century, and there are a growing number of philosophers and theologians have recognized the continuing need for clarification in what has, is, and will be presented through religio-philosophical reflection and discourse. We can find just such an argument offered throughout the efforts of German philosopher Martin Heidegger (1889 - 1976).
Do religio-philosophical efforts still have a place among our current philosophical issues and concerns? With guidance from Heidegger, the author attempts to examine this question, and provide valuable insights, which in turn might facilitate the ongoing development of meaningful answers to this question.
In this presentation, the author seeks to guide the reader through a series of six Heideggerian reflections, which will indicate what he has gleaned as to the necessary changes in the content and character of religio-philosophical interpretations if such efforts are to regain, and indeed, to maintain their relevance for us now, and continue as such well into the foreseeable, and quite possibly the distant future.
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