2 edition of philosophical analysis of theological language. found in the catalog.
philosophical analysis of theological language.
Frederick August Gumz
Written in English
|Contributions||Toronto, Ont. University.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||233|
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Abstract. Analogy, symbolism and analogia fidei are three methods whereby Aquinas, Tillich and Barth respectively seek to provide a tool capable of giving an adequate interpretation of the God-creature relation and a justification for theological language.
Analogy, symbolism and analogia fidei are different answers to the same problem. The problem is the meaning of words applied to God and to Author: Battista Mondin. Negative Theology and Philosophical Analysis Only the Splendour of Light.
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This book exposes and defends crucial items in the theological world-view of Christianity from the perspective of Christian philosophy. The topics considered include the nature of religious unbelief, the existence of God, the nature of Philosophical analysis of theological language.
book, religious faith, creation, revelation, Christology, redemption, scripture, and the beatific vision. The book revolves around questions like: Why believe in.
is often described as philosophical theology, which may be seen as a branch of the overall field of philosophy of religion. The subject matter of our Companion is Christian philosophical theology. It is Christian insofar as it concerns the Christian tradition, with its beliefs and practices, but the enterprise of.
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Meister, Chad and Paul Copan, eds., The Routledge Companion to Philosophy of Religion. The Dictionary for Theological Interpretation of the Bible has been an impressive resource for those looking to reaffirm their knowledge relevant to Christianity.
The book has helped by including all the most important names, theories, and concepts in biblical interpretation. Apophatic theology holds that there is a significant sense in which we cannot say what God is.
Important negative theological elements are present in a host of Christian thinkers, from Gregory of Nyssa to Aquinas, and yet apophaticism is neglected in philosophical theology as. Language, Truth, and Logic book.
Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Topics: elimination of metaphysics, function of philosophy, nature of philosophical analysis, the a priori, Metaphysics, theology, aesthetics, and much of ethics is cognitively meaningless.
The whole book is pretty simple: it is a. The book proposes a new approach to the dialogue between science and theology based in a thorough philosophical analysis of acting forms of subjectivity involved in the study of the world and in religious : Alexei V. Nesteruk. For example, theological claims to truth may be formulated in some version of adequacy to common human experience and/or language or, more elusively, some model of disclosure or even aletheia.
In any case, an explicitly philosophical analysis of the model employed and its success or failure in application cannot but advance the analysis.
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