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Lectures on the bases of religious belief.

Charles Barnes Upton

Lectures on the bases of religious belief.

Delivered in Oxford and London in April and May, 1893.

by Charles Barnes Upton

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Published by Williams and Norgate in London, Edinburgh [etc.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Religion -- Philosophy.,
  • Faith.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy Charles B. Upton ...
    SeriesThe Hibbert lectures,, 1893
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBL25 .H5 1893a
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 364 p.
    Number of Pages364
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6903275M
    LC Control Number01003859
    OCLC/WorldCa1068874

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In light of his distinctive philosophical approach, using a method that is. The Plan of these Lectures. Belief is a large and complicated subject. It has so many ramifications that one hardly knows where to begin the discussion, and when one has begun one hardly knows where to stop.

But a series of lectures should have some sort of plan, as a play (even the most modern one) should have some sort of plot. Wittgenstein, "Lectures on Religious Beliefs", in Lectures and Conversations on Aesthetics, Psychology and Religious Belief as compiled from notes taken by Yorick Smythies, Rush Rhees, and James Taylor and edited by Cyril Barrett, (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, ), pp.

53 - In the preface the editor, Cyril Barrett, says that "Besides the. This definition does a decent job of using few words to encompass many aspects of religious belief systems without unnecessarily narrowing the scope of religion.

For example, while belief in the “divine” is given a prominent position, that concept is broadened to include superhuman and spiritual beings rather than simply gods.

'The Hook Lectures are jointly organised by Leeds Church Institute, Leeds Minster, and Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Leeds. They bring together faith communities, the university and the city by addressing themes related to public life and the common good.'.

“As a child, I truly believed that there was some blue alien-like god named vishnu looking after humanity, and when the time comes, another angry god, named shiva, would destroy everything, and then the god of creation with four heads, named brahma would. Taoism, as a religious tradition, offers LOTS of examples of both.

(In the storyline, Lao Tzu wrote this little book Tao Te Ching and then was content to ride off into the wilderness -- a lot of silence for the founder of a religion.

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He then abridged it to his book Bible Doctrine, which is around pages. This book, Christian Beliefs, is a further abridgment, at around pages. It's an abridgment of the abridgment!/5.

His talk, titled "Gods, Spirits, and the Mental Instincts that Create Them," is based on his book, "Religion Explained" (Basic Books, ), in which he lays out the psychological bases of religious belief.

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