By George Ille
The current examine seeks to reply theologically to this type of scenario from the viewpoint of God’s motion in and in the direction of the realm by means of attractive well-known philosophical/theological figures who proceed to notify such discussions at the present time, particularly, Georg Friedrich Hegel and Paul Ricoeur. The upshot of this reaction issues to a view of rationality that follows the drama of God’s engagement with the area, therefore related to either death and resurrection, ascesis and abundance, discomfort witness and eucharistic communion.
“George Ille is a great student and an artistic brain. His booklet breaks new flooring through either reading a variety of makes an attempt (and mess ups) to attach theology and epistemology and through providing insights into the exploration of an explicitly theological epistemology.”
—Paul Copan, Palm seashore Atlantic University
“This is an extremely daring workout that seeks to damage the logjam among the continental and analytic traditions. at the one hand, it really is firmly rooted within the paintings of Ricoeur; at the different, it engages the paintings of Audi. most significantly, it argues that epistemology can and will be rooted in a strong Trinitarian imaginative and prescient of divine motion. this can be a refined, discovered, and available quantity that advances the dialogue in ways in which are either illuminating and surprising.”
—William J. Abraham, Southern Methodist University
George Ille is associate Professor of Theology and Philosophy at Asbury Theological Seminary.
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Between Vision and Obedience—Rethinking Theological Epistemology: Theological Reflections on Rationality and Agency with Special Reference to Paul Ricoeur and G. W. F. Hegel by George Ille