Publication year: 2012
Roland Boer, University of Newcastle, Australia
Drawing on mostly ignored texts, this book thoroughly reassesses Marx and Engels's engagement with theology. Alongside opium, Hegel and Feuerbach, other dimensions become important: historical context, Bruno Bauer, Max Stirner, fetishism, secularism, political ambivalence and the revolutionary ...
Edited by Ralph L. Piedmont, Loyola University, and Andrew Village, York St. John University.
The twenty-third volume of RSSSR includes a landmark collection of papers on Theism and Non-Theism in Psychological Science, as well as papers on other key areas in the study of religion such as spirituality and social capital.
by Karl Inge Tangen
Why do people identify with growing late modern churches – and does identification lead to morally transforming commitments beyond late modern consumerism? This case study presents findings that may inspire both social scientists and theological practitioners to new forms of thinking.
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