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Dalferth, Ingolf U., and Michael Ch. Rodgers [Eds.]
Revelation. Claremont Studies in the Philosophy of Religion, Conference 2012.
Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck 2014. IX, 292 S. = Religion in Philosophy and Theology, 74. Kart. EUR 74,00. ISBN 978-3-16-153198-9.
Christina M. Gschwandtner
This collection on the topic of revelation is based on the 33rd Philo-sophy of Religion Conference at Claremont in 2012, with papers from various disciplines, especially philosophy, theology and liter-ature. Several of the longer papers are followed by brief and often illuminating replies from Claremont graduate students. For rea-sons of space I will, however, here focus on the full-length contributions.
The collection is divided into three sections: Revelation and Reason, Hermeneutics of Revelation, and Phenomenology of Revela-tion. Dalferth begins with an introduction that lays out the difficulty of understanding revelation and provides the systematic and historical context for various philosophical approaches to the topic. He focuses on the role the topic of ...
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