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Heiden, Gert Jan van der, Kooten, George Henry van, and Antonio Cimino [Eds.]
Saint Paul and Philosophy. The Consonance of Ancient and Modern Thought.
Berlin u. a.: De Gruyter 2017. X, 372 S. m. 6 Abb. Geb. EUR 109,95. ISBN 978-3-11-054314-8.
This is a good book. It is also a difficult and demanding book. But it is all worth it. My aim in this review is to tell the reader what you get, but also to show how – at the end of a long day – the book raises important further questions.
The book is one central outcome of a Dutch research project on ›Overcoming the Faith-Reason Opposition: Pauline Pistis in Contemporary Philosophy‹ that ran between July 2012 and October 2016 and was directed by two of the editors: Van der Heiden from Radboud University, Nijmegen, and Van Kooten from the University of Groningen (he is now at Cambridge). The contributors of the sixteen essays are philosophers (of religion), theologians and classicists. They are mostly professors at various levels, but also include a couple of ...
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