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Theology, University, Humanities

Paperback|Jul 2011
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This book discusses the relationship between theology and the humanities and their shared significance within contemporary universities. Taking up this complex question, twelve scholarly authors analyze the connections between theology and philosophy, history, scholarly literature, sociology, and law. Cumulatively, these...


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This book discusses the relationship between theology and the humanities and their shared significance within contemporary universities. Taking up this complex question, twelve scholarly authors analyze the connections between theology and philosophy, history, scholarly literature, sociology, and law. Cumulatively, these essays make a case for the importance of reflecting on what binds the humanities and theology together. By meditating on ultimate, theological questions, this book brings the issue of the meaning and purpose of university education into a new light, exploring its deep significance for academic pursuits today.
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  • Catalogue Code 371169
  • Product Code 9781608998159
  • ISBN 1608998150
  • EAN 9781608998159
  • Pages 252
  • Department Academic
  • Category Philosophy
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Cascade Books
  • Publication Date Jul 2011
  • Dimensions 226 x 152 x 15mm
  • Weight 0.363kg

Christopher Brittain

Christopher Brittain (Ph.D., University of St. Michael 's College, University of Toronto is Lecturer in Practical Theology in the University of Aberdeen. Prior to that he was Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology at the Atlantic School of Theology in Halifax, Canada. He is a specialist in the the Frankfurt School and has written Adorno and Theology (Philosophy and Theology series; Continuum)
Koorong -Editorial Review.

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