3 edition of gospel of Christian atheism found in the catalog.
gospel of Christian atheism
Thomas J. J. Altizer
Bibliography: p. 29.
|Statement||[by] Thomas J. J. Altizer.|
|LC Classifications||BT83.5 .A43 1967|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||157|
|LC Control Number||68076821|
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Revised edition of: The gospel of Christian Atheism. Description: xi, pages ; 21 cm. Rhys-Davis is just one of many skeptics, atheists, and secularists of late who reject the rhetoric of Richard Dawkins and Sam Harris and recognize the immense good the Gospel has done for the world. Whereas the so-called New Atheists slandered Christianity as being backward and poisonous, a new crop of unbelievers see it as beneficial, beautiful, and maybe even in some limited sense, true.
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The Gospel of Christian Atheism Paperback – January 1, by Thomas J. Altizer (Author)5/5(4). He wrote in the Preface to this book, “While a genuinely radical theology, The Gospel of Christian Atheism was very much a product of the Sixties, hence it is apparently wholly irrelevant today, but it has no counterparts at all in our world, so I accepted the task of its substantial revision in an attempt to address theologically our postmodern world.
Above all, this revision is concerned to address our 5/5(1). The Gospel of Christian Atheism Hardcover – January 1, by Thomas J.J. Altizer (Author)Reviews: 4. He argues that that there are only two tenable positions for a Christian to take: either that of orthodox theology along with hell, damnation, wrath, total transcendence, etc., or that of his own radical /5.
The Gospel of Christian Atheism was written inand was intended as a mediation of an American radical theology to the public at large, although its author had no expectation at all of the public furor which would arise in the following year over the advent of a death of God theology.
(ENTIRE BOOK) The honest Christian must admit that the God he worships exists only in the past — or he must bet upon the gospel, or "good news," of the God who willed his own death to enter more completely into the world of his creation.
And the honest atheist, who lives forlornly bereft of faith, will want to understand this revolutionary and definitive statement about a Christ who is totally present.
This is a really interesting book that will help you gospel of Christian atheism book a good look at yourself, your beliefs, and spiritual practices.
Many of us consider ourselves religious, but never really think, or behave as if we are. The Christian Atheist is someone who purports to believe in God but acts like there is no God/5(). This book was interesting--on the surface there was nothing new presented as far as the gospel and living a Christian life.
But it is one of the most challenging books I've ever read. I didn't realize it, but I'm a Christian atheist (and working to change that)/5. The Gospel of Christian Atheism. The Christian conception of God -- God as god of the sick, God as a spider, God as spirit -- is one of the most corrupt conceptions of the divine ever attained on earth.
It may even represent the low-water mark in the descending development of divine types. Thomas J.J. Altizer's The New Gospel of Christian Atheism is a largely rewritten version of his earlier classic and controversial book on this subject, which was a major contribution to twentieth century American theology.
This revised and updated version is set forth in /5. Thomas Jonathan Jackson Altizer ( – Novem ) was a radical theologian who was known for incorporating Friedrich Nietzsche 's conception of the " death of God " and G.
Hegel 's dialectical philosophy into his systematic theology. He regarded his philosophical theology as. The one theology book all atheists really should read and other contemporary Christian and Muslim fundamentalists, too. But throughout the history of.
Complete summary of Thomas J. Altizer's The Gospel of Christian Atheism. eNotes plot summaries cover all the significant action of The Gospel of Christian Atheism. One of the leading proponents of the ""God is dead"" school of contemporary theology sets forth here the main strands of that point of view.
Both the strengths and the weaknesses of the school are evident. There is trenchant criticism of theology as traditionally carried on, and of the ecclesiastical establishment in which that theology has been embodied, as well as of the language in which it.
From Atheist to Christian – My Testimony and Story Peter Guirguis Ap Testimony 18 Comments I was born in a Christian family and I thought I was going to be a Christian for the rest of my life.
In his new book, “The Faith of Christopher Hitchens: The Restless Soul of the World’s Most Notorious Atheist,” the evangelical Christian writer Larry Alex Taunton describes a road trip he.
The Christian Atheist, by recovering Christian Atheist Craig Groeschel, is an honest, hard-hitting and eye-opening look into the ways people believe in God but live as if he doesn't exist. The Christian faith has come under considerable fire lately. Whatever their deficiencies, the so-called 'New Atheists' of our day have a firm hold of the popular imagination.
Compelled by the popular reception of these Christian detractors, Ravi Zacharias penned The End of Reason. Simultaneously approachable and powerful, The End of Reason is a firm challenge to those who wish to rob the /5(41). His newest book is "NAILED: Ten Christian Myths That Show Jesus Never Existed At All." David Fitzgerald is an American author, public speaker, historical researcher, and atheist activist.
David Fitzgerald is an American author, public speaker, historical researcher, and atheist activist. A riveting journey through Christianity using the analytical lenses of a former atheist and L.A.
County homicide detective!Christianity, with all of its claims could easily be described as a 'cold-case'; a case for which insufficient hard evidence exists to make any sound conclusions about its truth claims.
However, in Cold-Case Christianity, J. Warner Wallace uses his nationally acclaimed /5(25). From Atheism to Christianity: a Personal Journey. Do you find it difficult to believe in God or accept the claims of Christianity? I did, when I was an atheist, but I changed my mind, and my reasons for doing so may be of interest to you in your own personal journey and attempts to make sense of life.
Question: "What is Christian atheism?" Answer: Christian atheism, also called non-realistic Christianity, is a bizarre form of quasi-spiritual philosophy that keeps the forms and practices of Christianity while denying God’s existence.
Christian atheists attempt to “de-mythologize” Christianity, doing away with all belief in the supernatural yet maintaining liturgies and corporate.The new atheist movements books as hard as they are to swallow is good books to have under your belt as a Christian.
They seem to be the material that lay skeptics most often go to to defend their skepticism. Good responses will do you well in your own witnessing.