OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

The Oxford Handbook of Divine Revelation

ISBN : 9780198795353

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¥20,086
著者: 
Balazs M. Mezei; Francesca Aran Murphy; Kenneth Oakes
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736 ページ
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Hardcover
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171 x 246 mm
刊行日
2021年06月
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Oxford Handbooks
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  • Provides a comprehensive overview of the notion of divine revelation
  • Considers revelation-related forms in the Biblical and other religions to show how they can contribute to the better understanding of the important role of divine revelation in connecting cultures and religions around the world
  • Offers interdisciplinary perspectives considering the biblical, theological, philosophical, historical, scientific, and cultural approaches

   
The Oxford Handbook of Divine Revelation offers a systemic approach to the notion of revelation in its various theoretical contexts. It provides in-depth coverage of the theoretical and historical fields in which the notion of revelation is discussed. It does not reflect the views of a certain school; under the horizon of contemporary discussions it offers the broadest understanding of the notion. Its main parts include biblical, theological, philosophical, historical, comparative, and scientific-cultural approaches. The contributors discuss the most important contemporary questions in theology, philosophy, and science. The Handbook offers a unique overview of the key problems of revelation, an overview missing from scholarly literature. Featuring contributions from leading scholars, the collection opens up further possibilities of scholarly work and spiritual vistas concerning the notion and the fact of divine revelation.

目次: 

List of Contributors
1:Introduction: The Newness of Revelation, Balázs M. Mezei

PART I: BIBLICAL APPROACHES
2:Traditionalism and Revelation, Francesca Aran Murphy
3:Scripture, Tradition, and Creeds, Kenneth Oakes
4:Biblical Revelation as Biblical Inspiration, Sameer Yadav
5:Revelation as Biblical History, Timothy Bradshaw
6:Revelation in Christian Scripture, Anthony Giambrone, OP
7:Inerrancy, Andrew McGowan
8:Eschatology and Revelation, Paul O'Callaghan

PART II: THEOLOGICAL APPROACHES
9:Revelation and Trinity, Matthew Levering
10:Divine Revelation and the Holy Spirit, William J. Abraham
11:Christology and Revelation, Gilbert Narcisse, OP
12:Revelation, Epistemology, and Authority, Paul Avis
13:Charismatic Revelations: Notions of Revelation in Christian Charismatic Movements in the Modern Age, Douglas H. Shantz
14:Apparitions of Mary as Revelation, Chris Maunder
15:Revelation and Theology of the People, Rocco Buttiglione

PART III: PHILOSOPHICAL APPROACHES
16:Godsends: On the Surprise of Revelation, William Desmond
17:Revelation in German Idealism, Cyril O'Regan
18:Kierkegaard's Understanding of Revelation and Its Influence, Lee C. Barrett
19:Revelation in Phenomenology, Balázs M. Mezei
20:Revelation in Heidegger, Peter Joseph Fritz
21:Revelation and the New Atheism, James E. Taylor
22:God and Revelation, Richard Swinburne

PART IV: HISTORICAL AND COMPARATIVE APPROACHES
23:Revelation in Hindu and Buddhist Traditions, Ruben L. F. Habito
24:Revelation in the Jewish Tradition, Norman Solomon
25:Divine Revelation in Islam, Nader El-Bizri
26:Revelation in Confucianism, Joshua Brown
27:Divine Revelation in West Africa and Central Africa: An African-American Perspective, Josiah Ulysses Young III
28:Revelation after the Holocaust, Gregory Yuri Glazov
29:The Outcry and Revelation of the Truth That Sets us Free, Jung Mo Sung
  
PART V: APPROACHES IN SCIENCE
30:Revelation and Cosmology, Stephen M. Barr
31:Dice and Divine Action, Karl Giberson
32:Quantum Mechanics and Revelation, Stephen M. Barr
33:. Revelation and Cognitive Science: An Invitation, Justin L. Barrett
34:Revelation in Near-Death Experience, Gregory Shushan
35:Revelation and the Political, Matthew John Paul Tan
  
PART VI: APPROACHES IN CULTURE
36:Revelation and Human Sexuality, Michele M. Schumacher
37:Where Words End: Revelation and Silence, Graham Ward
38:Music and Divine Revelation, Jeremy Begbie
39:Revelation in the Visual Arts, Ralf van Bühren
40:Revelation and Film, Craig Iffland and Omar Shaukat
41:Revelation and Digital Religion, Zachary Sheldon and Heidi A. Campbell
42:Afterword, Francesca Aran Murphy

Indices

著者について: 

Edited by Balázs M. Mezei, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Francesca Aran Murphy, University of Notre Dame, and Kenneth Oakes, University of Notre Dame
   
Balázs M. Mezei is Professor of Philosophy and Chair of the Philosophy Department at Pázmány Péter Catholic University.
Francesca Aran Murphy is Professor of Systematic Theology at the University of Notre Dame.
Kenneth Oakes is Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology at the University of Notre Dame.
  
Contributors:
William J. Abraham, Paul Avis, Stephen M. Barr, Lee C. Barrett, Justin L. Barrett, Jeremy Begbie, Ralf van Bühren, Rocco Buttiglione, Timothy Bradshaw, Joshua R. Brown, Heidi A. Campbell, William Desmond, Nader El-Bizri, Peter Joseph Fritz, Anthony Giambrone, OP, Karl Giberson, Gregory Y. Glazov, Ruben L. F. Habito, Craig Iffland , Matthew Levering, Chris Maunder, Andrew McGowan, Balázs M. Mezei, Francesca Aran Murphy, Gilbert Narcisse, OP, Paul O'Callaghan, Cyril O'Regan, Kenneth Oakes, Michele M. Schumacher, Douglas H. Shantz, Omar Shaukat, Zachary Sheldon, Gregory Shushan, Norman Solomon, Jung Mo Sung,,Richard Swinburne, Matthew John Paul Tan, Graham Ward, Sameer Yadav, Josiah Young

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