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Paradox and Contradiction in Theology, Hardback Book

Paradox and Contradiction in Theology Hardback

Edited by Jonathan Rutledge

Part of the Routledge Studies in Analytic and Systematic Theology series

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This book explores and expounds upon questions of paradox and contradiction in theology with an emphasis on recent contributions from analytic philosophical theology.

It addresses questions such as: What is the place of paradox in theology?

Where might different systems of logic (e.g., paraconsistent ones) find a place in theological discourse (e.g., Christology)?

What are proper responses to the presence of contradiction(s) in one’s theological theories?

Are appeals to analogical language enough to make sense of paradox?

Bringing together an impressive line-up of theologians and philosophers, the volume offers a range of fresh perspectives on a central topic.

It is valuable reading for scholars of theology and philosophy of religion.

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