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0198848846 / 9780198848844
Published 14/05/2020
United Kingdom
153 x 234 mm 240 pages, 2 b/w graphs
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Over the past several decades, scholars working in biblical, theological, and religious studies have increasingly attended to the substantive ways that our experiences and understanding of God and God's relation to the world are structured by our experiences and concepts of race, gender, disability, and sexuality.

These personal and social identities and their intersections serve as a hermeneutical lens for our interpretations of God, self, the other, and ourreligious texts and traditions.

However, they have not received nearly the same level of attention from analytic theologians and philosophers of religion, and so a wide range of important issues remain ripe for analytic treatment.

The papers in this volume address the various ways in which theaforementioned social identities intersect with, shape, and might be shaped by the questions with which analytic theology and philosophy of religion have typically been concerned, as well as what new questions they suggest to the discipline. We focus on three central areas of analytic theology: methodological principles, the intersection of social identities with religious epistemology, and the connections among eschatology, ante-mortem suffering, and ante-mortem social perceptions ofbodies.


HPS Social & political philosophy, HRAB Philosophy of religion, HRLB Theology

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