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The Dark Knight of the Soul : weaning and the problem of divine withdrawal
(2018-03) - Journal article,
If God loves us and so desires union with us, why is it that so many, who once felt close to God and who have subsequently done nothing to precipitate separation from him, now experience only his absence? A metaphor which ...
Prayer as God knowledge (via self)
(2017-12-22) - Journal article,
What is the purpose of prayer? According to Kierkegaard, “prayer does not change God, but it changes the one who prays.” Whilst much contemporary philosophy of religion focuses on the so-called puzzle of petitionary prayer, ...
Bennett, Jana Marguerite. Singleness and the Church: A New Theology of the Single Life
(2018-07-01) - Journal item,
Justice and freedom : the continuing promise of the Reformation
(2017-11-24) - Journal article,
Against the backdrop of the debates on the appropriate understanding of the Reformation in the context of the 500 year anniversary of the Reformation the attempt is made to elaborate the continuing promise of the Reformation ...
Pictures, stories and the cross : where do the echoes lead?
(2017) - Journal article,
Richard Hays's new book does for the four Gospels what his 1989 work (Echoes of Scripture in the Letters of Paul) did for Paul—up to a point. His paradigm-shifting argument here is to show that a metaleptic reading of key ...
Unity between God and mind? A study on the relationship between panpsychism and pantheism
(2018-11-09) - Journal article,
A number of contemporary philosophers have suggested that the recent revival of interest in panpsychism within philosophy of mind could reinvigorate a pantheistic philosophy of religion. This project explores whether the ...
The Gods of the fourth industrial revolution : philosophies and religions in the age of deep learning
(2018) - Journal article,
Reading the signs of the times has been regarded as a central task for all religions, perhaps especially for those religions which are directed towards an end of history. Klaus Schwab characterized emerging technologies ...
The nature of theology and the extent of the Atonement
(2018-12-24) - Journal article,
This article considers the post-Reformation debates over the extent of the Atonement. It traces the origins of these debates from the articles of the Arminian Remonstrance of 1610 through the declarations of the supporters ...
Kālighāt and ritual purity in Kolkata : a historical approach to generations in India
(2019-01-14) - Journal article,
Mother Teresa of Kolkata remains one of the adopted figures of the old Indian capital in that after her arrival to be a teacher in a well-to-do school in Kolkata she took to the slums and the service of the “poorest of the ...