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Problems involved in a strict interpretation of monotheism in Judaism through the early centuries of this era and in Jewish mysticism through Sabbatianism
The central tenet of contemporary Judaism is its monotheistic belief in one God, as exemplified in its central profession of faith, the Sh'ma. The status of the monotheistic concept as the sine qua non of Judaism is further ...
(De) Constructing the (Non)Being of God: A Trinitarian Critique of Postmodern A/Theology
Langdon Gilkey maintained in 1969 that theological language was in "ferment" over whether "God" could be expressed in language. He argued that "radical theology," specifically the kenotic christology in Altizer's "death ...
The theological methodology of Bernard Lonergan
The purpose of the present work Is to state and examine the theological methodology of Bernard Lonergan. In seeking to achieve this objective, both his theological and philosophical writings are made use of. The first ...
The irreducibility of guilt in Dostoevsky
Dostoevsky views guilt as a qualitative determination of the person. Guilt's referent is man's personality, his ontological status, and not simply external or conventional judgments. Both the judgment and the chastisement ...