|LC Classifications||BL51 .T65 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 226 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||226|
|ISBN 10||0631197478, 0631197486|
|LC Control Number||97038754|
Philosophers and theologians have debated whether it is rational to believe certain propositions about God’s existence and nature. This book proposes that parties on both sides of this debate might shift their attention in a different direction, by focusing on the question of whether it is rational to be a religious theist.5/5(2). This book seeks to establish the rationality of religion and theology in the contemporary world. It conceives fundamental theology as a discipline that seeks religious truth in the midst of diverse perspectives, ranging from militant atheism to violent religious fanaticism. Featuring contributions from leading international experts including Donald Wiebe, Roger Trigg and Michael Pye, Rationality and the Study of Religion gets under the surface of the religious studies discipline to expose the ideologies beneath. Reopening debate in a neglected yet philosophically significant field, it questions the role of rationality in religious anthropology, natural Cited by: 7. Throughout the ages one of the central topics in philosophy of religion has been the rationality of theistic belief. This book proposes that parties on both sides of this debate might shift their attention in a different direction, by focusing on the question of whether it is rational to be a religious 5/5(2).
Religion has long been associated with irrationality, both by its defenders and its critics, and the topic of rationality has been unjustly neglected The book certainly deserves to be widely circulated.'Greg Alles, Western Maryland College. Religion must claim truth, it is argued, and indeed needs the idea of a transcendent God. The book deals squarely with such problems as the existence of different religions, the relation between science and religion, and how religion should be treated in a pluralist society. Rationality and Religion: Does Faith Need Reason?Pages: Rationality and Religious Commitment shows how religious commitment can be rational and describes the place of faith in the postmodern world. It portrays religious commitment as far more than accepting doctrines--it is viewed as a kind of life, not just as an embrace of tenets. Faith is . Summary This important new volume brings together Jürgen Habermas's key writings on religion and religious belief. In these essays, Habermas explores the relations between Christian and Jewish thought, on one hand, and the Western philosophical tradition on the other.
MQU7WPVAUVQ1» eBook» Rationality and the Study of Religion Find Book RATIONALITY AND THE STUDY OF RELIGION Aarhus University Press. Hardback. Book Condition: new. BRAND NEW, Rationality and the Study of Religion, Jeppe Sinding Jensen, Luther H. Martin, Does rationality, the intellectual bedrock of all science, apply to the study of religion? Faith and rationality are two perennial key concepts in the history of ideas. Philosophers and theologians have struggled to bring into harmony these otherwise conflicting concepts. Despite the diversity of approaches about what rationality effectively means, logic remains the cannon of . Rationality and Religion deals with the perennial question of how far religious faith needs reason. Religion must claim truth, it is argued, and indeed needs the idea of a transcendent God. The book deals squarely with such problems as the existence of different religions, the relation between science and religion, and how religion should be Author: Trigg. Buy RATIONALITY & RELIGION: Does Faith Need Reason? by Trigg, Roger (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.