Meaning, Truth, and God

Meaning, Truth, and God

Description

Meaning, Truth, and God provides essays by 11 eminent scholars concerned not only with the logic of religious belief and the effect of social content on religious meaning, but also with the truth-claim concerning the reality of God. The collection is divided into three parts, each of which includes a reinterpretation of central nineteenth-century thinkers (Hegel, Schleiermacher, Weber, Royce, Feuerbach, Nietzsche, and Schelling) as well as constructive articles. Part I explores the logic of theological inquiry and challenges to the veracity of religious discourse; Part II discusses social process and religious belief, and Part III directly addresses the question of the reality of God.