A Concise Encyclopedia of the Philosophy of Religion
Covering thinkers from Plato to Freud, this is a comprehensive reference tool for those studying, or interested in, the philosophy of religion. It offers detailed explanations of fundamental principles and outlines definitions of complex philosophical ideas using non-technical language, systematic organization and full cross referencing. This book offers a complete guide to the major thinkers, issues, theories and terms within the philosophy of religion as well as outlining the history and development of the subject from ancient times to the present day.
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Thiselton, a highly regarded teacher, theologian, researcher, and Anglican canon, has written several theological books and contributed to The Cambridge Companion to Biblical Interpretation ... Read full review
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