Classic natural theology in its logical, rational, Aristotelian presentation has encountered an impasse. Since the Enlightenment, nature has ceased to be a vital topic in theological discussions until a recent revival of interest stemming from ecological and feminist concerns. Provocatively transcending boundaries between Philosophy and Theology, ancient and contemporary, East and West, Natural Theology Reconfigured revitalises the validity and relevancy of Natural Theology, a shipwrecked concept in the West, with the aid of Eastern Confucian Axiology and American Pragmatism.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: The Need for a New Type of Natural Theology Chapter 2: Review of Relative Literature Chapter 3. The Axiological Nature of Chinese Tradition Chapter 4. Channels of Value Transaction Chapter 5. Questing for Norms in the Value Carryover Process Chapter 6. Towards a Confucian Version of Natural Theology
Zhiqiu Xu is Associate Professor of Theology and Chinese Studies at Columbia International University. He was educated in Renmin University, Peking University in Beijing, and Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. His major academic interest includes Christology, Neo-Confucianism and Pragmatism.