God Being Nothing

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  • Author : Ray L. Hart
  • Publisher : University of Chicago Press
  • Pages : 272 pages
  • ISBN : 022635976X
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God Being Nothing

God Being Nothing
  • Author : Ray L. Hart
  • Publisher : University of Chicago Press
  • Release : 09 May 2016
GET THIS BOOK God Being Nothing

One of the most influential voices in contemporary theology delivers “a deeply original, meticulously written” new approach to the way we think about God (Jack Miles, author of God: A Biography). In this long-awaited work, Ray L. Hart offers a radical speculative theology that profoundly challenges classical understandings of the divine. God Being Nothing contests the conclusions of numerous orthodoxies through a probing question: How can thinking of God reach closure when the subjects of creation are themselves unfinished, when

God Being Nothing

God Being Nothing
  • Author : Ray L. Hart
  • Publisher : University of Chicago Press
  • Release : 09 May 2016
GET THIS BOOK God Being Nothing

In this long-awaited work, Ray L. Hart offers a speculative theology that profoundly challenges traditional understandings of God. Drawing on a lifetime of reading in philosophy and religious thought, Hart unfolds a vision of God perpetually in process: an unfinished God. Breaking out of the classical doctrine of divine persons, Hart reimagines Trinity as composed of theogony, cosmogony, and anthropogony an emerging Godhead in relation to origins, temporal creation, and human existence. The book s ultimate import is that all

Must a Jew Believe Anything

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  • Author : Menachem Marc Kellner
  • Publisher : Littman Library of Jewish
  • Release : 24 June 1999
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  • Author : Gary W. Deddo
  • Publisher : Peter Lang Pub Incorporated
  • Release : 24 June 1999
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Barth's theology of relations (the "analogia relationis") provides the key to the interconnection between Christian theology and ethics. This comprehensive study shows how Barth saw the nature of covenantal relationship revealed and actualized in Jesus Christ to be grounded in the trinitarian relations of Father, Son, and Spirit. The relational nature of humanity and of the command of God to humanity are, in turn, founded upon this christological and trinitarian basis. The charge that Barth's biblical and theological approach is

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  • Author : David H. Nikkel
  • Publisher : Peter Lang Pub Incorporated
  • Release : 24 June 1995
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This work in philosophical theology breaks new ground by painstakingly arguing that the concept of panentheism (literally, "all [is] in God") is crucial for understanding Paul Tillich's doctrine of God, including his famous claim that "God is not a being". Distinguishing between an active and passive aspect of God in panentheism, this book breaks further ground by establishing that self-avowed panentheist Charles Hartshorne, who contradictorily adopted Whitehead's notion of causality, is in fact not panentheistic with respect to the active