By Joshua W. Seachris,Stewart Goetz
This publication solutions the necessity for a theistic philosophical standpoint at the that means of existence. Bringing jointly a number of the top thinkers in analytic philosophy of faith and theology, God and Meaning touches on vital concerns in metaphysics, epistemology, ethics, philosophy of faith, and biblical theology that intersect with life's that means. particularly: What does the query "What is the that means of life?” suggest? How do we understand if lifestyles has that means and what that which means is? may well God increase life's meaningfulness in many ways yet detract from it in others? Is the main significant lifestyles certainly one of ideal happiness? what's the courting among eternity and life's which means? How does the previous testomony publication of Ecclesiastes illumine the subject? should still we hope form of transcendent which means exists?
proposing a state of the art overview of present philosophical positions on those and lots of different questions, God and Meaning is a useful source for all scholars and students of the philosophy of religion.
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