Description - The Moral Interpretation of Religion by Peter Byrne
This study looks at the attempts made by theologians and philosophers, particularly Kant, to interpret religion in moral terms. Designed to lead the student through the knotty problems of moral interpretation, this study includes the work of contemporary writers and theologians such as Iris Murdoch. Describing the characteristics of moral interpretation, including the idea of a personal creator and the secular problem of evil, the book assesses its viability as an approach. The intention of the author is to provide a clear understanding of the key problems in morality and religion, show the appropriate way to formulate a cogent moral interpretation, and stress the importance of the moral interpretation in the philosophy of religion.
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(244mm x 172mm x 24mm)
Edinburgh University Press
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
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