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The following is the fourth lecture in an eight-part lecture series. Readers can also refer to lectures one, two, and three. The first thing to be clarified in today’s lecture is the meaning of its title. What could it mean to relate God and existence, and what sense does this make? Surely, theology is in […]
Religion And Mental Health – The Therapeutic Value Of The Teachings Of Jesus , Part 1 (Thomas Roberts And Delbert Hayden)
The following is the first part in a two-part installment. The second part can be found here. Author Note: The authors of this article take the position that the Judeo-Christian heritage is dominated by the teachings of Jesus. Consequently, all Christian belief systems reflect similar ideas about the nature of reality. This Christian philosophy of […]
Claire Maria Chambers. Performance Studies and Negative Epistemology: Performance Apophatics. Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. Hardback. 301 pages. Performance Studies and Negative Epistemology: Performance Apophatics (hereafter Performance Studies) is a book about the limits of knowledge. Drawing upon a variety of fields – including performance studies, Christian negative theology, and assorted schools of Continental philosophy – Claire […]