Peirces, Religion of Science

Religion in Philosophy & Theology No. 79

Parables and Rhetoric in the Sermon on the Mount

By: Martin Schmuck
October 2015
Mohr Siebeck
Distributed by Coronet Books
ISBN: 9783161532436
607 Pages
$137.50 Paper original


The question of the definition of the relationship between faith and knowledge is still one of the central questions of theology and philosophy of religion. On this question Martin jewelry is an answer by the on experience, common sense develops constructive pragmatism and religious philosophy of Charles Sanders Peirce in terms of a strict complementarity of religious and (natural) scientific approach to a reality. From the criticism of Peirce indeterministic metaphysics he developed the alternative of a naturalistic ontology on the state of current scientific debate about dispositions and laws of nature, which are important aspects of the philosophy of Peirce - in particular the objective idealism that Modalontologie and the continuum philosophy - brings in a new way to advantage , 'Religion of Science' and ontology are then made ​​fruitful for the project of a modern theology of the Christian faith, which interprets the Christian faith statements consistently naturalistic.