The Art of Anatheism

London, U.K.: Rowman & Littlefield (2017)

Matthew Clemente
Boston College
Richard Kearney
Boston College
This book proposes a way to think and speak about God in and through our contemporary, secular society, bridging the theist/atheist divide by considering the divine through the lens of aesthetics. It represents a timely contribution to Continental philosophy of religion that includes some of the most respected and important voices in the field.
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