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Does Theology Have a Method? An Interview with Paul Allen

Recently, the catholic theologian Paul Allen (Concordia University, Montreal, Canada) published a great book on theological method, titled Theological Method: A Guide for the Perplexed (T&T Clark 2012). For many, theological method indeed is something to be perplexed about. Is there really something like a theological method? Many atheists even argue that theology has no…

Terry Eagleton vs. Alain de Botton

A while ago I read Alain de Botton’s Religion for Atheists (which for some reason was published in Dutch several months before the English edition). I was not too enthusiastic about the book (to put it mildly – and I did put it mildly in the review that I wrote). But then again, I’m no…

Blackwell Companion to Science & Christianity–out in June 2012

Finally, I already feared that the book would never see the light of day! Fortunately, I just found out that the Blackwell Companion to Science and Religion, edited by J.B. Stump and Alan Padgett, is on it’s way to being published. According to Amazon.com the book will be out in June 2012 (but look below…

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