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In this way, the very proclamation of the death of God becomes a form of transgression that liberates the sacred. This proclamation is both descriptive and performative in nature: It describes the reality of modern life and the absence ...

Author: Richard White

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030884314

Category: Philosophy

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What is God? What does it mean to believe in God? What happens to God after the death of God? This book examines “the death of God” from a philosophical standpoint. It focuses on monotheism, polytheism, and nature, and it discusses the renewed importance of spirituality—and the “spiritual but not religious”—in response to the death of God. In recent years, religious belief has been in decline, but secularism cannot satisfy our spiritual needs. We are now living in a “post-secular” age in which the relationship between philosophy, spirituality, and religion must be re-examined. As an exploratory essay, this book engages the reader at a profound level, and considers a variety of modern thinkers, including Nietzsche, Hegel, Freud, Levinas, Assmann, and Buber. It offers a sustained meditation on the origin of God, the death of God, and the future of “God” as a guiding ideal.
2021-10-31 By Richard White

My oil sprayed, and neighborsdied around mewhile the dead kept coming, although they seemedto learn to stayaway from me asthey ... “Explain to mewhy we should not burn you as an offering towhatever gods wemay have offended on this day, ...

Author: James Tallett

Publisher: Deepwood Publishing

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Death has intrigued humanity from the very first recordings of civilization, and even from before. Belief in an afterlife and the prospect of lost ones returning has always intrigued the imagination of the living, but nothing more so than the vengeance wreaked from beyond the grave by those who have been wronged by the living. Perhaps most appealing of all to our sensibilities are those who dwell on the border, the witch doctors, necromancers, and haunted creatures that find their existence on the boundaries between the living and the dead, seeking to intercede, or perhaps to draw the unwary across that narrow ledge. All of them, the living, the dead, and the undead can be found within these pages, collected together under the auspices of Death, the one surety who will follow all of life. In The Death God’s Chosen, ten excellent authors seek to examine questions ranging from the nature of the undead and their humanity to the sadness and loss that grip the ones who were left behind. And to explore the nature of those who perch on the boundary between: the necromancer and the witch doctor, long figures of frightening tales and disfigured dreams. So come, let the spirits of death intrigue and enthrall you in The Death God’s Chosen!

VERSE 1 You were the Word at the beginning One with God the Lord Most High Your hidden glory in creation Now revealed in ... BRIDGE Death could not hold you The veil tore before You You silence the boast of sin and grave The heavens are ...

Author: Brooke Ligertwood

Publisher: WaterBrook

ISBN: 9780593192719

Category: Juvenile Fiction

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Based on Hillsong Worship's beloved Grammy-winning, chart-topping song, this fantastical journey of discovery is certain to inspire children who long to know more about Jesus and what draws people to Him. Join little Oliver and his monkey pal as they embark on a quest for the name in the song Oliver’s mother sings. As they travel across land, sea, and space, they encounter beauty, wonder, and power. Each adventure in their epic journey leads them to the matchless name of Jesus—and to the realization that they don’t have to go far to find Him. What a Beautiful Name is the perfect book for sharing with the little adventurers in your world, and its faith-filled message will resound in their hearts long after the last page is read.
2020-09-15 By Brooke Ligertwood

Author: Dmitry Sergeyevich Merezhkovsky

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ISBN: LCCN:2010551701

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Author: Richard Fardon

Publisher: Edinburgh University Press

ISBN: UVA:X002033482

Category: Africa, West

Page: 252

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A study of the Chamba religion in two West African villages - one in Cameroon and one in Nigeria.
1990 By Richard Fardon

by acceptance, love, hope, and solidarity with all those who engage in the struggle for liberation, living and dead. God has no other hands than ours and God needs us. The post-theistic God is radically embodied and dependent.

Author: Daniel J. Peterson

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 9781438450452

Category: Religion

Page: 218

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Considers the legacy and future of radical theology. In 1966, an infamous Time magazine cover asked “Is God Dead?” and brought the ideas of theologians William Hamilton and Thomas J. J. Altizer to the wider public. In the years that followed, both men suffered professionally and there was no notable increase to the small number of thinkers considered death of God theologians. Meanwhile, Christian fundamentalism staged a striking comeback in the United States. Yet, death of God, or radical, theology has had an ongoing influence on contemporary theology and philosophy. Contributors to this book explore the origins, influence, and legacy of radical theology and go on to take it in new directions. In a time when fundamentalism is the greatest religious temptation, this volume makes the case for the necessity of resurrecting the death of God. “Resurrecting the Death of God shows why Altizer continues to ride the stream of contemporary conversations in academic theology and continental philosophy without ever losing his luster.” — Carl A. Raschke, author of Postmodernism and the Revolution in Religious Theory: Toward a Semiotics of the Event
2014-05-01 By Daniel J. Peterson

Taken together these imply that God suffers. II. The Death of God as the Speculative Intuition In his lecture manuscript (LPR 1821), Hegel characterizes the expression “God has died, God himself is dead” as “a monstrous, fearful picture ...

Author: Robert R. Williams

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199656059

Category: History

Page: 410

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Robert R. Williams offers a bold new account of divergences and convergences in the work of Hegel and Nietzsche. He explores four themes - the philosophy of tragedy; recognition and community; critique of Kant; and the death of God - and explicates both thinkers' critiques of traditional theology and metaphysics.
2012-09-27 By Robert R. Williams

XX Lissa McCullough ever be capable of recognizing the death of God as an event intrinsic to Christian history , whereas a radical theology taking its stand in the secular world — not constrained by the conservative and sectarian God ...

Author: Lissa McCullough

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 079146220X

Category: Religion

Page: 254

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A critical exploration of the thought of radical theologian Thomas J. J. Altizer, including a response from Altizer and a comprehensive bibliography of his work.
2004-10-14 By Lissa McCullough

One of the reasons for the Jewish custom of burying the dead as soon as possible, especially before sundown, derives from an ... Gods rarely visit the Underworld in mythology (a noteworthy exception occurs in Mesopotamian mythology with ...

Author: Ernest L. Abel

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9780313357138

Category: BODY, MIND & SPIRIT

Page: 167

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In cultures throughout human history people have believed that some part of themselves continued to exist after they died. Part of that belief is that living can influence what happens to the dead in the afterlife, and the dead can return from the afterlife to affect the living. Death Gods: An Encyclopedia of the Rulers, Evil Spirits, and Geographies of the Dead describes the many ways the afterlife—especially that part of the afterlife commonly known as Hell—has been characterized in myths from around the world. The hundreds of entries provide readers with a guide to the afterlife as portrayed in these myths - its geography, its rulers, its inhabitants, how they got there, and what happens after their arrival. While the Devil is a prominent resident and ruler of the afterworld in many religions, especially Christianity, this book examines many other versions of Hell whether presided over by the Devil, Hades, or one of the many other rulers of the dead. Death Gods provides concise encyclopedic entries on all aspects of the mythology of the afterlife: The underworlds form the myths of cultures from across the globe—for example, Xibalba, the underworld of the Quiche Maya; Di Yu, the underground realm of the dead in Chinese mythology; the gods and demons of the afterlife—the Hindu god of death and justice Yama; Ahriman, the evil twin of the benevolent god Ahura Mazda in Zoroastrian mythology; Buso, the invisible ghouls who haunt graveyards and feed on human corpses in Philippine mythology. The volume includes an extensive bibliography of the most useful resources for understanding the mythology of death and the afterlife.
2009-03-20 By Ernest L. Abel

In the wake of Friedrich Nietzsche's famous declaration: “God is dead. God remains dead. And we have killed him”,8 news coverage on Christian religion oftenpresents theNetherlands as apost-ChristiannationandGodas beingin- credibly dead ...

Author: Mirella Klomp

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004442948

Category: Religion

Page: 272

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In Playing On: Re-staging the Passion after the Death of God, Mirella Klomp shows how the Dutch playfully rediscover Christian heritage. Engaging theologically with a public Passion play, she demonstrates how precisely a production of Jesus' last hours carves out a new and unexpected space for God in a (post-)secular culture.
2020-09-25 By Mirella Klomp