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Is Nothing Sacred?: The Non-Realist Philosophy of Religion
October 1, 2002
by Fordham University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||159|
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The Non-Realist Philosophy of Religion by educator and philosopher Don Cupitt is an outstanding selection of informative and challenging essays examining a "non-realist" interpretation of Christian doctrine.
Persuasively arguing for a "kingdom" version of Christianity that resonates more strongly with the original Jewish Jesus Christ, Professor Cited by: 3. Get this from a library.
Is nothing sacred?: the non-realist philosophy of religion: selected essays. [Don Cupitt] -- "Cupitt's ideas have been acutely controversial in Britain for twenty years, and he and his followers have often been in trouble with church authorities.
Most recently, he has sought to go beyond. Title: Is Nothing Sacred?: The Non-Realist Philosophy of Religion; Selected Essays By: Don Cupitt Format: Hardcover Number of Pages: Vendor: Fordham University Press Publication Date: Dimensions: X X (inches) Weight: 11 ounces ISBN: ISBN Series: Perspectives in Continental Philosophy Stock No: WWPages: Get this from a library.
Is nothing sacred?: the non-realist philosophy of religion: selected essays. [Don Cupitt] -- SinceDon Cupitt has been developing an ever-more radically antirealist position in philosophy.
This book brings together for the first time essays written over 20 years that show Don Cupitt. Book Description: Don Cupitt is best known for developing a non-realistic interpretation of Christian doctrine and an ever-more radically antirealist position in has sought to go beyond ecclesiastical religion to a purely this-worldly humanistic religion of life: he argues for a “kingdom" version of Christianity that will bring it closer to the original Jewish Jesus.
The Non-Realist Philosophy of Religion: Selected Essays (). Home» Browse» Books» Book details, Is Nothing Sacred. The Non-Realist Philosophy of. Is nothing sacred?: the non-realist philosophy of religion: selected essays / SinceDon Cupitt has been developing an ever-more radically antirealist position in philosophy.
This book brings together for the first time essays written over 20 years that show Don Cupitt developing his highly distinctive theology. Don Cupitt is best known for developing a non-realistic interpretation of Christian doctrine and an ever-more radically antirealist position in has sought to go beyond ecclesiastical religion to a purely this-worldly humanistic religion of life: he argues for a Price: $ Is Nothing Sacred.
The Non-Realist Philosophy of Religion: Selected Essays by Don Cupitt. (Perspectives in Continental Philosophy, 28) Fordham University Press,pp. xxiii+, hb.
£, ISBN Reviewed by Andrew Edgar, Lecturer in Philosophy at Cardiff University. A priest, a Rabbi, and a minister are all discussing how hilarious this book is. Is nothing sacred any more. Not in this book. Come along from the beginning of time with Adam and Eve to the present day and enjoy the most fun you've ever had with religion.
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Don Cupitt (born 22 May in Oldham, Lancashire) is an English philosopher of religion and scholar of Christian has been an Anglican priest and a professor of the University of Cambridge, though is better known as a popular writer, broadcaster and has been described as a "radical theologian", noted for his ideas about "non-realist" philosophy of religion.
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This chapter describes Donald MacKinnon's inference that Kant's religious thought was a negative theology because its doctrine emphasizes God's superiority and that he must be removed beyond the reach of descriptive language. Kant fully accepted the idea that the old doctrine had collapsed and for him it was God's existence rather than his nature that was unknowable and God's nature that was Author: Don Cupitt.
Is Nothing Sacred. The Non-realist Philosophy of Religion Nov Emptiness & Brightness Oct The Once & Future Faith May Taking Leave of God Mar Reforming Christianity –– Philosophy’s Own Religion –– Kingdom Come in Everyday Speech Feb Philosophy’s Own Religion.
Dewey, Arthur J. See also. Philosophy of religion is "the philosophical examination of the central themes and concepts involved in religious traditions". Philosophical discussions on such topics date from ancient times, and appear in the earliest known texts concerning philosophy. The field is related to many other branches of philosophy, including metaphysics, epistemology, and ethics.
Is Nothing Sacred?: The Non-Realist Philosophy of Religion (Perspectives in Continental Philosophy, 28) Don Cupitt.
from: N/A. This chapter suggests that a product of Christianity is the secularism of the modern world and this is indeed a religious phenomenon. The chapter describes that there is a universal sacredness in our life, as Christian humanists continues to establish the great doctrines and use symbols meant to be true of every human being.
It cites that just a few people made a glimpse of nihilism and the Author: Don Cupitt. (born 22 May in Lancashire) is an English philosopher of religion and scholar of Christian theology.
He is an Anglican priest, heretic and an emeritus professor of the University of Cambridge, though is better known as a popular writer,. The Charming Fairy Tales, Book 2 Now officially titled Duke von Gruenewald, Penn finds himself master of a province on the brink of poverty, and he has no idea how he could possibly resurrect the once strong land.
Turning to the one person who has never failed him, Penn asks his .Don Cupitt is a Life Fellow and former Dean of Emmanuel College, Cambridge. He was born in at Oldham, England, and educated at Charterhouse and Trinity Hall, Cambridge, where he studied Natural Sciences, Theology and the Philosophy of Religion.Philosophy’s Own Religion, ; Chinese Reforming Christianity, Santa Rosa CA: the Polebridge Press Emptiness and Brightness, Santa Rosa CA: the Polebridge Press ; Chinese ; Japanese Is Nothing Sacred?
Essays in Non-Realist Philosophy of Religion, New York: Fordham University Press