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(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 play of negativity : an exploration of an apophatic discourse in Daoist philosophy and negative theology
This dissertation is an attempt to bring Daoist philosophy and negative theology into conversation. The comparative project itself by no means suggests an identification of the Daoist "Dao" with the Christian "God," nor ...