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Religion And Mental Health – The Therapuetic Value Of The Teachings of Jesus, Part 2 (Thomas Roberts and Delbert Hayden)
The following is the second part in a two-part installment. You can find the first part here. Maintaining a State of Hope and Taking a Transcendent Perspective about Human Worries One indicator of mental health is the ability to maintain a state of hope in the face of life’s struggles. Some researchers have concluded that […]
Thinking About God In A Pluralistic World – The Challenge of Modern Theology, Lecture 1 (Johannes Zachhuber)
The following is the first lecture in an eight lecture series. A couple of days ago, I read a column in a national newspaper whose title had a strange attraction on me. It read, “Only theologians really understand religion.” Deep within me this must have struck a chord, though at the same time I was […]
The following is the second lecture in an eight-lecture series. The first can be found here. I introduced these lectures last week by pointing out the unique situation within which our thinking of God is situated. Intellectual developments over the past two hundred years have meant that discourse about God has increasingly become both more […]