2 edition of religion of the future found in the catalog.
religion of the future
Charles William Eliot
|Statement||Charles W. Eliot.|
|LC Classifications||BL390 .E45|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||63 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||63|
|LC Control Number||09031074|
It proposes the content of a religion that can survive without faith in a transcendent God or in life after death. According to this religion—the religion of the future—human beings can be more human by becoming more godlike, not just later, in another life or another time, but right now, on Earth and in their own : Verso Books. The Religion of Tomorrow: A Vision for the Future of the Great Traditions; More Inclusive, More Comprehensive, More Complete Ken Wilber. Shambhala, $ (p) ISBN
A new book provides some answers. the religion of the future establishes the disposition to cooperate with strangers on the strongest foundation that it can have: the basis of our. Praise “The Religion of the Future ought to serve as the point of departure for a major global debate about the nature of religion and its place in the twenty-first century Deeply informed by the best scholarship and unflinchingly radical in its originality and socio-political vision.” —Paul Monk, Quadrant “Excels by depth as well as by a wide-reaching erudition .
The Religion of the Future, in that light, is a refreshing take that is unabashedly both about religion and itself religious. It is a work that positively seeks to think through the current state of religions in the world, the ways in which the category is still useful, and the changes that humanity needs to make to religion. About the Book. Religion is alive and well in the modern world, and the social-scientific study of religion is undergoing a renaissance. For much of this century, respected social theorists predicted the death of religion as inevitable consequence of science, education, and modern economics.
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According to this religion--the religion of the future--human beings can be more human by becoming more godlike, not just later, in another life /5(9). Religion, rather, is any comprehensive worldview that can guide moral action and for which there is always insufficient reason, far outweighed by the commitment it demands of us – secular humanism or the belief in liberal democracy as endgame for humanity is in this conception also religious/5.
Both a book about religion and a religious work in its own right, it proposes the content of a religion that can survive faith in a transcendent God and in life after death. According to this religion—the religion of the future—human beings can be more human by becoming more godlike, not just later, in another life or another time, but right now, on Earth and in their own lives.
The religion of the future. [Roberto Mangabeira Unger] -- "A book about religion and a religious work in its own right, it proposes the content of a religion that can survive faith in. The Future of Religion is the perfect primer in post-metaphysical historicism. Paul J.
Griffiths, First Things This brief book opens a vista onto the thought of two helpful thinkers. With the ground cleared for novelty, then, The Religion of the Future makes the case for the broad outlines of what Unger thinks is the one clear way in which we humans can, over time gradually and fragmentarily, build a world and reshape our minds in such a way that we become more and more "godlike" -- sharing the good attributes traditionally ascribed to divinity.
At the same time, through centuries of cultural accretion and focus on myth and ritual as ends in themselves, this core insight has become obscured. Here Ken Wilber provides a path for reenvisioning a religion of the future that acknowledges the evolution of humanity in every realm while remaining faithful to that original spiritual vision/5(95).
But the religion of the future cannot be stopped. It is the goal toward which all the discoveries of science — and all the urgent demands of true morality, the morality of survival and evolution — are leading our best minds.
Free download or read online The End of Faith: Religion, Terror, and the Future of Reason pdf (ePUB) book. The first edition of the novel was published inand was written by Sam Harris. The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Paperback format.
The main characters of this religion, non fiction story are Condoleezza Rice /5. These ten lectures of Dr. Moltmann's are all concerned with the place of Christianity in the world of today and in that of tomorrow.
Though the pieces make no pretense at editorial unity--they were all delivered at different times and on various occasions--they do enjoy a sort of theological coherence by virtue of a basic message which they convey: that Christianity is a religion of hope, both.
The NOOK Book (eBook) of the The Future of Religion: Traditions in Transition by Kathleen Mulhern, Reza Aslan, Phyllis Tickle, Jennifer Hecht | at Due to COVID, orders may be delayed.
Thank you for your : Kathleen Mulhern. The future of religion User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict Rorty (comparative literature & philosophy, Stanford Univ.) and Vattimo (theoretical & hermeneutical philosophy, Univ.
of Turin) team up to describe the next stage of religion in Western culture. These questions stand at the center of Roberto Mangabeira Unger's The Religion of the Future. Both a book about religion and a religious work in its own right, it proposes the content of a religion that can survive faith in a transcendent God and in life after death.
What Is the Future of Religion. THE resurgence of religion has been dramatic in the countries of the former Soviet Union. In Russia alone, 50 percent of the population now declare themselves to be Orthodox, and millions are adherents of other religions.
These questions stand at the center of Roberto Mangabeira Unger’s The Religion of the Future: an argument for both spiritual and political revolution. It proposes the content of a religion that can survive without faith in a transcendent God or in life after death.
ORTHODOXY AND THE RELIGION OF THE FUTURE examines a broad spectrum of issues facing modern Christians each from the perspective of the early Church Fathers. As the New Age is becoming a household concept and is moving into wider acceptance by mainstream society, the new religious consciousness can be seen progressing precisely along the lines Brand: St.
Herman of Alaska Brotherhood. “The peculiar tenet of ‘The Religion of the Future’ is that Matter and Life are equally eternal and indestructible; that the Universal Life is the Supreme Being, not necessarily Omnipotent, but of powers infinitely transcending anything of which we have a conception on earth; that man, on becoming fitted for absorption by moral purity, is absorbed into this Universal Life or Supreme.
The End of Faith: Religion, Terror, and the Future of Reason is a book by Sam Harris, concerning organized religion, the clash between religious faith and rational thought, and the problem of intolerance that correlates with religious fundamentalism.
Harris began writing the book during what he described as a period of "collective grief and stupefaction" following the Septem attacks. The book Author: Sam Harris. Reviews “Kenneth Rose's Pluralism: The Future of Religion is one of the most important works to appear in the theology of religions in nearly two ively written, rhetorically effective, deftly argued, remarkably lucid, theologically nuanced, and even spiritually discerning, the book launches a full-scale attack on exclusivistic and inclusivistic versions of “particularism.
Religion, and conservative philosophies in general, typically opposes intellectual, technological and moral progress. Religion has fought against free speech, democracy, the eradication of slavery, sex education, reproductive technologies, stem cell research, women’s and civil rights, and the advancement of science.
Given all that, there’s a growing consensus that the future of religion is that it has no future.” Thinkers have been promoting that same consensus since the 17 th and 18 th Century Author: Richard Ostling.Inthe Pew Research Center modelled the future of the world’s great religions based on demographics, migration and conversion.
Far from a precipitous decline in religiosity, it predicted a.In The Future of an Illusion, Freud gives his insights on what he thinks about religion.
He also expresses the belief that at some point in the future, science will give explanations that will go beyond the limitations of religion. For this work, Freud creates a non-existent critic, thus the book .