Realism and Christian Faith

God, Grammar, and Meaning

Realism and Christian Faith

The question of realism (that is, whether God exists independently of human beings) is central to contemporary theology and church life. It is also an important topic in the philosophy of religion. This book discusses the relationship between realism and Christian faith. It uses the resources of philosophy and theology to argue for a conception of realism in which God's independent reality is shown through Christian life practices.


 Reviews:

"The confidence and clarity Moore expresses throughout the work are refreshing." John D. Dadosky, Regis College, University of Toronto, Theology Today

"Moore's book is an impressive study of the problem of realism in modern theology and philosophy: whether God exists independently of human beings and their concepts.... Recommended." Choice

'The book displays a great deal of knowledge of the work of contemporary Christian philosophers and theologians with a philosophical bent … Few books that I have read manage to delineate the battle lines between contemporary philosophy of religion and Barthian theology with as much clarity as Moore's. It is a technical book, replete with detailed discussions of highly nuanced philosophical and theological positions. It touches upon one central nerve of contemporary theology very accurately indeed.' The Way

'Here is a model piece of philosophical theology, or perhaps better Trinitarian explication, written with sinewy clarity and focus, treating the question of the existence of God as real, rather than a product of human culture and thought. It will prove a catalyst to much debate about how we can speak of God and the value of philosophical theology … genuinely helpful for clergy wishing to remain in touch with the most recent developments in this area of theology … many Christians will be very glad of this demanding and directly written text, bringing us right up to date with ultra modern philosophy in relation to the gospel and its implicit theology.' Anvil

'… a thoroughly researched, lucidly written, comprehensive account of theological realism that powerfully makes the case for a new approach to the issue.' International Journal of Systematic Theology

'Realism and Christian Faith is an ambitious work which engages with a wide range of sources in order to develop a uniquely Christian alternative to theological realist and non-realist approaches to doctrine. Along the way Moore makes some fascinating points.' Journal of Religious Studies

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