God's Human Future Paperback

The Struggle to Define Theology Today

by David Galston;

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God's Human Future

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Biblical studies and theology for some time now have operated as idependent fields of study, but recent developments have opened up new avenues for them to engage one another. Both fields must now address the question: what is the value of religion for the future? Here Galston draws upon two types of theology for his response. The first, Covenant theology, arises from the Hebrew Bible, iwht its image of God in agreement or covenant with a nation. The second, Enlightenment theology, arises from the wisdom tradition where the divine finds reality in the lifestyle of individuals and communities. After the Council of Nicaea in 325 CE, Christianity came to be defined not by the parables of Jesus, which are open to many different interpretations, but rather by the belief that history will end in apocalypse. With the rise of the sciences, Western culture has kept this apocalyptic outlook but replaced religion with human reason. Galston rejects the belief that religion can be reduced to scientific ideas. Instead, he argues that religion, like poetry, holds value because it expands one's vision of life.
Understood in this light, religion, though a human creation, is certainly not a waste of time.

God's Human Future by David Galston was published by Polebridge Press in July 2015. The ISBN for God's Human Future is 9781598151732.

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Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherPolebridge Press (July 2015)
Number of Pages240
Thickness12 mm
Height229 mm
Width152 mm
Product Code4456974
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