Ssince I have been trying to pioneer new types of i My earlier work between was concerned with a program of extensive atheological critique of biblical truth claims following a loss of faith in and a militant atheist phase. However since though still non-religious , my philosophical work on the Hebrew Bible has changed from being evaluative to being more descriptive. I still find the Hebrew Bible to be a fascinating collection of texts, even though my research is no longer faith- or critique based. Rather, I try to show how descriptive varieties of philosophy of religion can be used for a clarification of beliefs, concepts and practices in ancient Israelite religion.
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Faeshakar Died-again Christian syndrome more. Jaco Gericke — Google Scholar Citations The aim of the conference is to critically investigate the paradigm of axial age and other theories that maintain that Second Order Thinking in the Mediterranean world only arose with classical Greek culture.
A philosophical clarification of instances of divine suffering in the Psalter JW Gericke Verbum et Ecclesia 33 1, New citations to this author. Log In Sign Up. In San Antonio, both sessions are on Monday, ggericke. We wish to discuss whether or The aim is to discuss the High to Low Avg.
Bible and Interpretation Publication Date: The previous upload was the wrong paper! In this jacco, a clarification of the research problem is followed by an introductory overview of what is currently available on this topic as is attested in the context of various interpretative methodologies and their associated metalanguages.
Some recent affirmative perspectives more. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. This not because such a publication is very urgent or considered important for any higher purpose but simply because it would have been considered impossible just a little while ago and also out of interest as to what might turn up if one tries to do it, with a discussion of the obstacle involved included.
This discussion is indirectly related to an older theme in OT What, according to the Hebrew Bible, was a god assumed to be? Click here to sign up. Articles 1—20 Show more.
What gerikce it like to be a god? Published in Scriptura Partly in response to this, research in Semitic languages during that time began to include comparative-linguistic arguments hoping to demonstrate radical structural incommensurability between Hebrew and Greek ways of thinking.
The nature of religious language in the Hebrew Bible — a philosophical reassessment more. A comparative-philosophical perspective on divine hiddenness in the Hebrew Bible more. The latter part involves a brief classification, commentary and critique of the meta-philosophical assumptions supervening on the associated intra-and cross-disciplinary contexts.
What is a God? Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Since he has been permanently employed by the North-West University and has also obtained a rating from the National Research Foundation. My earlier work between was concerned with a program of extensive atheological critique of biblical truth claims following a loss of faith in and a militant atheist phase. Rather, I try to show how descriptive varieties of philosophy of religion can be used for a clarification of beliefs, concepts and practices in ancient Israelite religion.
Only 2 left in stock — order soon. After identifying the need for a legitimate philosophical approach to Israelite religion, the volume traces the history of interdisciplinary relations A Philosophical Theology of the Old Testament more. However, in contrast to tense relations elsewhere in generic philosophy, the interdisciplinary intersection of biblical scholarship, philosophy of religion and Jewish philosophy appears to display a general acceptance of methodological diversity.
The aim is jwco discuss the relationship between the Hebrew Bible and Philosophy as well as textual contents gerike to various topics in previously largely neglected philosophical sub-fields, e. What has been overlooked in the research, however, and the topic of this article, concerns the converse fact that, in the construction of a negative identity for divinity, the text also assumes a lot about what a god must actually be like.
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