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Progressive Christians as Neo-Literalists: The drive for “intellectual integrity” in contemporary Christianity
Contemporary religious discourses have inherited from modern secularised scientific debates a literalistic worldview in which statements and events are judged to be either true or false and religion is defined as the ...
Transhumanism as a Religious Product of the West: A Comparative Analysis with Christianity
This project examines transhumanism and its historical relationship to Christianity in the West. Through a comparison of the eschatologies of transhumanism and Christianity this project argues that transhumanist ideas ...
Christmas invented and contested
This paper analyses the celebration of Christmas through the lens of Eric Hobsbawm’s theory of invented tradition, as well as how this process of invention can contribute to the discourse on contemporary Christmas issues. ...