The “theological question,” the primary question confronting the person pursuing theology, is: “What existent—if any—shall I refer to by the term God?”
A mode of consciousness has become widespread that rejects the concept of deity which for centuries has been identified by the popular mind with Judaism and even with religion itself.
The title of this symposium, “Can There Be a Religion in Which the Concept of God Is Irrelevant,” poses a question that lends itself to one precise answer alone; whether there can be such a religion is dependent upon what…
Reality is not revealed to man as a gift. In the primordial world of the infant—as in the primitive state of the human race—reality and illusion commingle in a coruscating kaleidoscope.
The question of Jewish survival from the viewpoint of theology, which is the subject embraced by a theology of Jewish survival, is to a considerable degree an abstract inquiry.
Sigmund Freud was deeply interested in the philosophic as well as psychological problems relating to reality for much of his life. All of Freud’s philosophic discussions are analyzed in this article.