1st Edition

Referring to God Jewish and Christian Perspectives

By Paul Helm Copyright 2000
    175 Pages
    by Routledge

    188 Pages
    by Routledge

    There is a long tradition of discussion in the philosophy of religion about the problems and possibilities involved in talking about God. This book presents accounts of the problem within Jewish and Christian philosophy.

    Chapter 1 Introduction, Oliver Leaman; Chapter 2 The Source and Destination of Thought, John Haldane; res1 Response, Mark Wynn; Chapter 3 William Alston on Referring to God, Joe Houston; res2 Response, Peter Byrne; Chapter 4 Identifying God in Experience: On Strawson, Sounds, and God's Space, Jerome Gellman; res3 Response, Paul Helm; Chapter 5 The God of Abraham, Saadia and Aquinas, Eleonore Stump; res4 Response, Martin Stone; Chapter 6 Judaic Perspectives on Petitionary Prayer, Jerome Gellman; Chapter 7 Maimonides and Calvin on Accommodation, Paul Helm; BIBLIOGRAPHY; Index;


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    'An important contribution to inter-faith dialogue.' - Gareth Lloyd Jones, The Expository Times