God: An Open Question

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Bloomsbury Academic, 15‏/08‏/2002 - 389 من الصفحات
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This important book sketches out the questions currently asked about God. In the midst of religious pluralism and agnosticism, Houtepen asks, how can we think about God? He finds the question impossible to answer without defining one's own position.The author writes: "I have learned that it is good to speak about God with some caution; not, however at the periphery of thought but from within, from the heart of our economic, legal, psychological and philosophical ideals. The book is an account of my own personal theological question. What have I found? That the questions about God open our eyes to God the Eternal One, the Most High, as a question to us.">

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An Inevitable Process?
12
The Many Colours of Agnosis
31
Where is God?
52
The Human Emotions
85
emotions
92
A Sight of
109
clarification
119
Can God be Found in History?
131
The Holy Pneuma of
215
The One God and the Many Religions
233
Towards a God who Allows Himself
255
in harness
264
Revelation and Experience Hypothesis and Apotheosis
281
Some thoughts from theological language theory
298
Epilogue
314
Notes
322

The Father of All Human
155
Jesus of Nazareth as Gods
190
Index of Names
383
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Anton Houtepen is a Roman Catholic. He is professor of Ecumenical theology at the University of Utrecht.He is also the Inter-University Institute for Missiology and Ecumenics there. In 1984 SCM Press published his book People of God.

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