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The American Journal of Theology Volume 1

The American Journal of Theology is an academic journal that was edited by faculty at the University of Chicago Divinity School from 1897 to 1920. After 1920, it merged with the Biblical World to form the Journal of Religion, which is still published today. It discusses topics that are of interest in the academy and behind the pulpit, including “Theological Agnosticism,” “The Scope of Theology and Its Place in the University”, and “The Speculative Philosophy of the Chinese”. Gain an intellectually oriented perspective on Christianity, both historic and modern with this collection.

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The American Journal of Theology Volume 2

The American Journal of Theology is an academic journal that was edited by faculty at the University of Chicago Divinity School from 1897 to 1920. After 1920, it merged with the Biblical World to form the Journal of Religion, which is still published today. It discusses topics that are of interest in the academy and behind the pulpit, including “Theological Agnosticism,” “The Scope of Theology and Its Place in the University”, and “The Speculative Philosophy of the Chinese”. Gain an intellectually oriented perspective on Christianity, both historic and modern with this collection.

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The American Journal of Theology Volume 3

The American Journal of Theology is an academic journal that was edited by faculty at the University of Chicago Divinity School from 1897 to 1920. After 1920, it merged with the Biblical World to form the Journal of Religion, which is still published today. It discusses topics that are of interest in the academy and behind the pulpit, including “Theological Agnosticism,” “The Scope of Theology and Its Place in the University”, and “The Speculative Philosophy of the Chinese”. Gain an intellectually oriented perspective on Christianity, both historic and modern with this collection.

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The American Journal of Theology Volume 4

The American Journal of Theology is an academic journal that was edited by faculty at the University of Chicago Divinity School from 1897 to 1920. After 1920, it merged with the Biblical World to form the Journal of Religion, which is still published today. It discusses topics that are of interest in the academy and behind the pulpit, including “Theological Agnosticism,” “The Scope of Theology and Its Place in the University”, and “The Speculative Philosophy of the Chinese”. Gain an intellectually oriented perspective on Christianity, both historic and modern with this collection.

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The American Journal of Theology Volume 5

The American Journal of Theology is an academic journal that was edited by faculty at the University of Chicago Divinity School from 1897 to 1920. After 1920, it merged with the Biblical World to form the Journal of Religion, which is still published today. It discusses topics that are of interest in the academy and behind the pulpit, including “Theological Agnosticism,” “The Scope of Theology and Its Place in the University”, and “The Speculative Philosophy of the Chinese”. Gain an intellectually oriented perspective on Christianity, both historic and modern with this collection.

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Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion

  • Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion is a philosophical work by the Scottish philosopher David Hume, first published in 1779. Through dialogue, three philosophers named Demea, Philo, and Cleanthes debate the nature of God’s existence. Whether these names reference specific philosophers, ancient or otherwise, remains a topic of scholarly dispute. While all three agree that a god exists, they differ sharply in opinion on God’s nature or attributes and how, or if, humankind can come to know of a deity.

    Hume started writing the Dialogues in 1750 but did not complete them until 1776, shortly before his death. Based partly on Cicero’s De Natura Deorum. The Dialogues got published posthumously in 1779, originally with neither the author’s nor the publisher’s name.

Astral Worship

  • This book explains in detail the votaries of the ancient Astral worship divided into two distinct classes, the Esoterics, or Gnostics; and the Exoterics, or Agnostics; the former comprising those who knew that the Gods were mythical and the scriptures allegorical; and the latter, those who were taught that the Gods were real, and the scriptures historical; or, in other words, it was philosophy for the cultured few, and religion for the ignorant multitude. The initiates into the secrets of these two systems recognized them as the two Gospels; and Paul must have had reference to them in his Epistle to the Galatians ii., 2, where he distinguishes the Gospel which he preached on ordinary occasions from that Gospel which he preached “privately to them which were of reputation.”

Lectures on the Origin and Growth of Religion as Illustrated by the Native Religions of Mexico and Peru

  • It will be my task today to recount the Mexican mythology and religion, resting as it does on the foundation common to the peoples of Central America, but inspired by the somber, utilitarian, matter-of-fact, yet vigorous and earnest, genius of the Aztecs. You remember that this name belongs to the warlike and commercial people that enjoyed, at the beginning of the sixteenth century, military and political supremacy in the region that is now called Mexico, after the Aztec capital of that name.