By Janis Talivaldis Ozolinš

This quantity addresses the difficulty of the human come upon with the secret of God and the aim of human lifestyles. It explores significant issues from various cultural and philosophical traditions, beginning with questions on the potential for trust in God, His transcendence as visible in either East and West, and finishing with questions about ethics and approximately personhood, human dignity and human rights. Taking an eclectic technique, the chapters during this publication every one uniquely handle facets of the human come across with the secret of God, drawing from particular cultures and traditions, and utilizing a selected philosophical and theological type. jointly, the chapters supply a clean process and a synergy that guarantees that every subject contributes anything new to the discussion among faith and culture.

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