God, Death, and Religious Teaching: Essays on the Philosophy of Religion
Title: God, Death, and Religious Teaching
Subtitle: Essays on the Philosophy of Religion
Subject Classification: Religion and Faith, Philosophy
BIC Classification: HRC, HP, HR
BISAC Classification: REL067000, PHI022000, REL051000
Binding: Hardback, pp.254
Publication date: 24th February 2023
ISBN (printed book): 978-1-80441-125-4
ISBN (web pdf): 978-1-80441-126-1
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This is a collection of articles written by the author, which range through the Christian doctrines of creation, the human soul, the Eucharist, and life after death, which have always been centres of discussion by philosophers and theologians. They discuss the right way to approach theological issues. They offer a distinctive approach to ethical questions that arise in controversy between different religious traditions, and between religious and secular thinkers generally. And they consider the place of faith in religious thinking and the weight that should be given to authority and tradition. The volume carries a new general introduction to the collection.
Author: William Charlton was Head of the Philosophy Department at Edinburgh University, UK. He has taught Humanity at Glasgow University and Philosophy at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, and Newcastle University, UK. He has published extensively on philosophy and religion.
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