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Religious Language, Meaning, and Use

The God Who is Not There

; Robert C. Coburn

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A philosophical and practical account of the meaning of religious language.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Preface
Acknowledgements

Part 1
Introduction: Idolatry, Faith, and Agape by Robert K. Bolger
1 Dawkins, Idolatry, and the God Who is not There
2 Transcendence, Faith, and Fideism
3 Picturing a Religious Form of Life
4 Truth Pluralism: Criteria and Religious Belief
5 It's All About the Neighbor: Agape, The Good Life, and Religious Belief

Part 2
Introduction: Religious Practice Without Belief by Robert C. Coburn
6 The Church from Without and from Within
7 The Turning World
8 Markel's Paradox
9 Laughter, Love and Christian Living
10 Blind as a Bat
11 Models and Mentors

Index

Om forfatteren

Robert Bolger has a M.A. in Theology from Union Theological Seminary and a PhD in Philosophy of Religion and Theology from Claremont Graduate University where he Studied with D.Z. Phillips. He is the author of Kneeling at the Altar of Science: The Mistaken Path of Contemporary Religious Scientism (2012) and editor (with Scott Korb) of Gesturing Toward Reality: David Foster Wallace and Philosophy (Bloomsbury Press, 2014). His website can be found at robertbolger.com.

Robert C. Coburn was professor of philosophy at the University of Washington in Seattle for over 30 years. He is the author of many articles in various areas of philosophy including philosophy of religion, metaphysics, philosophy of science and Wittgenstein. He is also the author of The Strangeness of the Ordinary: Problems and Issues in Contemporary Metaphysics (1990).