Anthropomorphic depictions of God : (Record no. 21955)

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International Standard Book Number 9781565645752
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International Standard Book Number 1565645758
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Personal name: LastName, FirstName Shah, Zulfiqar Ali,
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Title Anthropomorphic depictions of God :
Remainder of title the concept of God in Judaic, Christian and Islamic traditions : representing the unrepresentable /
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Title proper/short title God
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Title proper/short title Concept of God in Judaic, Christian and Islamic traditions
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Place of publication, distribution, etc. London ;
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SECTION HEADINGS [ALL CAPS - NO ABBREVIATIONS] 1. ANTHROPOMORPHISM: BACKGROUND, CRITICISM, AND DelawareFINING CaliforniaTEGORIES
Title [sentence case chapter title] Anthropomorphism
-- Incarnation
-- Transcendence
-- Transcendence: A philosophical interpretation immanence
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SECTION HEADINGS [ALL CAPS - NO ABBREVIATIONS] 2. TRANSCENDENTAL AND ANTHROPOMORPHIC TENDENCIES Indiana THE HEBREW BIBLE
Title [sentence case chapter title] The Bible: An introduction
-- The "Law" or the "Torah": significance and authority
-- Contemporary Jews and the authority of the Torah
-- Reform or progressive Judaism
-- Conservative Judaism
-- The Hebrew Bible and Christianity
-- The Marcionist response
-- The official response
-- The liberalist response
-- Authority in Christianity
-- Conclusion
-- The Hebrew Bible and the transcendence of God
-- The unity of God and the Hebrew Bible
-- Anthropomorphism and the Hebrew Bible
-- Anthropomorphism and the Rabbinic mind.
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Summary, etc. - AMAZON, Publisher's site, back cover, or front/back book flap This monumental study examines issues of anthropomorphism in the three Abrahamic Faiths, as viewed through the texts of the Hebrew Bible, the New Testament and the Qur an. Throughout history Christianity and Judaism have tried to make sense of God. While juxtaposing the Islamic position against this, the author addresses the Judeo-Christian worldview and how each has chosen to framework its encounter with God, to what extent this has been the result of actual scripture and to what extent the product of theological debate, or church decrees of later centuries and absorption of Hellenistic philosophy.
Expansion of summary note Shah also examines Islam s heavily anti-anthropomorphic stance and Islamic theological discourse on Tawhid as well as the Ninety-Nine Names of God and what these have meant in relation to Muslim understanding of God and His attributes. Describing how these became the touchstone of Muslim discourse with Judaism and Christianity he critiques theological statements and perspectives that came to dilute if not counter strict monotheism. As secularism debates whether God is dead, the issue of anthropomorphism has become of immense importance. The quest for God, especially in this day and age, is partly one of intellectual longing. To Shah, anthropomorphic concepts and corporeal depictions of the Divine are perhaps among the leading factors of modern atheism. As such he ultimately draws the conclusion that the postmodern longing for God will not be quenched by pre-modern anthropomorphic and corporeal concepts of the Divine which have simply brought God down to this cosmos, with a precise historical function and a specified location, reducing the intellectual and spiritual force of what God is and represents, causing the soul to detract from a sense of the sacred and thereby belief in Him.
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Topical term or geographic name entry element Anthropomorphism.
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Topical term or geographic name entry element Image of God.
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  Library of Congress Classification     Non-fiction G Allen Fleece Library G Allen Fleece Library Reference (1st floor - front of library) 06/17/2020 BL215.S534.G63 2012 31923001687678 06/17/2020 06/17/2020 Reference (Library Use ONLY)  
LOST/Missing Library of Congress Classification     Non-fiction G Allen Fleece Library G Allen Fleece Library Circulating Collection - First Floor 06/17/2020 BL215.S534.G63 2012 31923001687579 01/25/2022 06/17/2020 Circulating Book (checkout times vary with patron status) Abridged Version
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