The Law of God: Exploring God and Civilization
BRILL, Oct 16, 2014 - Philosophy - 336 pages
In today’s society, religion as adherence to ‘the law of God’ is often considered inherently violent and a threat to civilization. This volume contains theological and philosophical explorations of clashes as well as disclosures of God and civilization.
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List of Contributors
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