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Anglican-Episcopal Theology and History covers aspects of the Anglican-Episcopal tradition from the Reformation to the present, in both its historical and theological forms, including historical theology. The volumes in the series comprise monographs, themed collected studies and rigorously revised doctoral dissertations. All proposed works will be peer-reviewed. Publications are in paperback and electronic format.

This is a new series with an average of one volume per year.
Brill's Religious Studies, Theology and Philosophy E-Books Online, Collection 2024 is the electronic version of the book publication program of Brill in the field of Religious Studies, Theology and Philosophy in 2024.

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Religious Studies, Theology, Philosophy, Christianity, History of Religion, Religion & Society, Missionary Studies

This collection includes Hispanojewish Archaeology, a 2 volume set.

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The problem of eternal damnation is one that should trouble all believers and impels many to seek answers to fundamental questions outside of the Church. For this reason, theologians with a missionary heart of the last century or more from across the ecclesial spectrum have sought to refashion the gospel in our own estranged image. In dialogue with one of the leading figures of this movement, Joshua Brotherton tackles the question of the plausibility that all will be saved. Sympathetic to their cause, this volume seeks to revise the way in which they envision the reconciliation of divine love and moral evil.
Subject coverage of Brill's Religious Studies, Theology and Philosophy E-book Package: Religious Studies - Theology - Philosophy - Christianity - History of Religion - Religion & Society - Missionary Studies

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Victorian Theology, Philosophy, and Politics
Henry Longueville Mansel (1820-1871), Anglican theologian and philosopher, has wrongly been remembered as a Kantian agnostic whose ideas led to those of Herbert Spencer. Francesca Norman’s book provides a thorough revisioning of Mansel’s theology in context and reveals the personal basis of Spencer’s animus towards Mansel. Mansel is revealed as an orthodox Anglican theistic personalist whose ideas inspired Newman to write his Grammar of Assent. Located in context, Mansel’s personal connections with leading Tory figures such as Lord Carnarvon and Benjamin Disraeli are explored. Key controversies with Frederick Denison Maurice and John Stuart Mill are interpreted with reference to the party political elections of 1859 and 1865. Norman offers a vital vision of nineteenth-century theology, philosophy, and politics.
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Hegels Philosophie eröffnet einen tiefen Blick auf das Phänomen von Religion – ein Blick, der dem Feuer der aufklärerischen Kritik standhält. Die Religion vergegenwärtigt den Lebenssinn in seiner Totalität. Darin ist sie Vollzug der sich in ihrer Wirklichkeit erfassenden Vernunft. Welche bleibende Relevanz hat dies? Die Beiträge des Bandes gehen dieser Frage nach.

Hegel's philosophy offers a deep insight into the phenomenon of religion—one that withstands the fire of Enlightenment criticism. Religion reveals the meaning of life in its totality. In that, religion is the fulfilment of reason grasping itself in its actuality. What lasting relevance does this have? The contributions in this volume explore this question.
Philosophy in the Islamic World is a comprehensive and unprecedented four-volume reference work devoted to the history of philosophy in the realms of Islam, from its beginnings in the eighth century AD down to modern times. In the period covered by this second volume (eleventh and twelfth centuries). Both major and minor figures of the period are covered, giving details of biography and doctrine, as well as detailed lists and summaries of each author’s works. This is the English version of the relevant volume of the Ueberweg, the most authoritative German reference work on the history of philosophy ( Philosophie in der Islamischen Welt Band II: 11.–12. Jahrhundert. Zentrale und östliche Gebiete , Basel: Schwabe, 2021).

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Peter Adamson, Amos Bertolacci, Hans Daiber, Frank Griffel, Dimitri Gutas, Hermann Landolt, Wilferd Madelung, Jon McGinnis, Ahmed H. al-Rahim, David C. Reisman, Ulrich Rudolph, Tony Street, Johannes Thomann, and Renate Würsch.
Deconstruction, Pacifism, and Displacement
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Ontologies of Violence provides a new paradigm for understanding the concept of violence through comparative interpretations of French philosopher Jacques Derrida, philosophical theologians in the Mennonite pacifist tradition, and Grace M. Jantzen’s feminist philosophy of religion. By drawing out and challenging the remarkably similar priorities shared by its three sources, and by challenging the assumption that differences necessarily lead to displacement, Ontologies of Violence provides a critical theory of violence by treating it as a diagnostic concept that implies the violation of value-laden boundaries.