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Topic : source - chapter# — page# (topics listed below are in this format)
art : cfg - — xii
art : cfg - — xiv
atheism : cfg - — xv-xvii
atheism, classical Western : cfg - — xvi
atheism, early Christians accused of : cfg - — xvi
atheism "new" : cfg - — xvi-xvii
atheism "new" : cfg - — xviii
atheism, theism at core of : cfg - — xvi
Beethoven, Ludwig van : cfg - — xiv
belief : cfg - — xv
belief : cfg - — xvi-xvii
Bible, literal interpretation of : cfg - — xv
Brahman : cfg - — xiv
Buddha : cfg - — xii
Buddhism : cfg - — xvi
capitalism : cfg - — xv
Christianity : cfg - — xvii-xviii
Christianity, atheism seen in : cfg - — xvi
Christianity, liturgy of : cfg - — x
Christianity, myth and : cfg - — xv
Christianity, theology and traditions of : cfg - — x
Christianity, theology and traditions of : cfg - — xvi
Christianity, theology and traditions of : cfg - — xvii-xviii
concentration : cfg - — xiii
contemplation : cfg - — xiv
creation : cfg - — xvii
creation science : cfg - — xv
creation stories : cfg - — xv
Dao : cfg - — xiv
Daoism : cfg - — xiii
Dawkins, Richard : cfg - — xvi
Dawkins, Richard : cfg - — xvii
death : cfg - — xii
divinity : cfg - — xiii
divinity : cfg - — xvi
economics : cfg - — xv
ecstasy (ekstasis), self-forgetfulnes in : cfg - — xiii
ecstasy (ekstasis), self-forgetfulnes in : cfg - — xiv
ego, "stepping outside" of : cfg - — xiii
ego, "stepping outside" of : cfg - — xiv
faith : cfg - — xv
faith : cfg - — xvii
Feuerbach, Ludwig : cfg - — xvi
Freud, Sigmund : cfg - — xi
Freud, Sigmund : cfg - — xvi
fundamentalism, new atheists attack on : cfg - — xvi-xvii
fundamentalism, new atheists attack on : cfg - — xviii
fundamentalism, Protestant : cfg - — xv
Genesis, creation story in : cfg - — xv
God, attributes and concepts of : cfg - — ix-x
God, attributes and concepts of : cfg - — xv
God, attributes and concepts of : cfg - — xvi-xviii
God, modern : cfg - — x
God, modern : cfg - — xv
God, modern : cfg - — xvii-xviii
God, "nothingness" of : cfg - — ix
God, "nothingness" of : cfg - — x
God, "nothingness" of : cfg - — xvi-xvii
God, premodern : cfg - — x
God, premodern : cfg - — xvii
gods, mythological tales of : cfg - — xi
gods, mythological tales of : cfg - — xii
gods, mythological tales of : cfg - — xv
Greeks : cfg - — xi
Greeks : cfg - — xiii
Harris, Sam : cfg - — xvi
heart : cfg - — xiii
Hebrew Bible, miracle stories in : cfg - — xv
High God : cfg - — x
Hitchens, Christopher : cfg - — xvi
human beings, God's connection to : cfg - — ix
human beings, sufferings and limitations of : cfg - — xii
idolatry : cfg - — x
Islam, theology and traditions of : cfg - — x
Islam, theology and traditions of : cfg - — xvi
Jesus of Nazareth, stories of : cfg - — xii
joy : cfg - — xii
joy : cfg - — xiv
Judaism, theology and traditions of : cfg - — x
Judaism, theology and traditions of : cfg - — xvi
Jung, Carl : cfg - — xi
knowledge : cfg - — xv
knowledge, limits of : cfg - — xviii
language : cfg - — xiv
language, limitations of : cfg - — xiv
love : cfg - — ix
Marx, Karl : cfg - — xvi
Mass : cfg - — x
Mass, as reenactment of life and death of Jesus : cfg - — x
mathematics : cfg - — xiv
miracles : cfg - — xvii
miracles, in Hebrew Bible : cfg - — xv
monotheism : cfg - — xvii
monotheism : cfg - — xviii
Muhammad ibn Abdullah, Prophet : cfg - — xii
music : cfg - — xii-xiv
Muslims : cfg - — x
Muslims : cfg - — xvi
mystery : cfg - — xv
mystery : cfg - — xvii
mystery plays : cfg - — xi
myth (mythos) : cfg - — xi-xii
myth (mythos), ceremonial reenactment' of : cfg - — xii
myth (mythos), Christian : cfg - — xv-xvi
myth (mythos), coping with life and death through : cfg - — xi
myth (mythos), coping with life and death through : cfg - — xii
myth (mythos), discrediting of : cfg - — xv
myth (mythos), interpretation of : cfg - — xv
myth (mythos), as primitive psychology : cfg - — xi-xii
myth (mythos), as program of action : cfg - — xii
myth (mythos), ritual and : cfg - — xii
myth (mythos), stories of gods and heroes in : cfg - — xi
myth (mythos), stories of gods and heroes in : cfg - — xii
myth (mythos), stories of gods and heroes in : cfg - — xv
Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm : cfg - — xvi
Nirvana : cfg - — xiv
nothingness : cfg - — ix
nothingness : cfg - — x
nothingness : cfg - — xvi
otherness : cfg - — xiv
pagans : cfg - — xvi
philosophy : cfg - — xiv
philosophy : cfg - — xv
poetry : cfg - — xiv
prayer, as petition : cfg - — ix
prayer, as support and justification : cfg - — ix
psyche : cfg - — xi
psychology : cfg - — xi
Qur'an : cfg - — x
reason (logos), inadequacy of religious analysis through : cfg - — xiii
reason (logos), inadequacy of religious analysis through : cfg - — xiv
reason (logos), inadequacy of religious analysis through : cfg - — xv-xvi
reason (logos), limitations of : cfg - — xi
reason (logos), limitations of : cfg - — xiii
reason (logos), limitations of : cfg - — xiv
reason (logos), pragmatic uses of : cfg - — xi
reason (logos), pragmatic uses of : cfg - — xv
religion, acquiring "knack" of : cfg - — xiii-xiv
religion, acquiring "knack" of : cfg - — xv
religion, authentic experience of : cfg - — xvii
religion, inadequacy of rational thought on : cfg - — xiii
religion, inadequacy of rational thought on : cfg - — xiv
religion, inadequacy of rational thought on : cfg - — xv-xvi
religion, modern : cfg - — x
religion, modern : cfg - — xv
religion, modern : cfg - — xvii-xviii
religion, practical action and discipline of : cfg - — xii-xiii
religion, practical action and discipline of : cfg - — xv
religion, practical action and discipline of : cfg - — xvii
religion, practical action and discipline of : cfg - — xviii
religion, premodern : cfg - — x
religion, premodern : cfg - — xvii
religion, revival of : cfg - — xviii
religion, science and : cfg - — xv
religion, science and : cfg - — xviii
religion, truth and : cfg - — xii
religion, truth and : cfg - — xiii
religion, truth and : cfg - — xv
religion, truth and : cfg - — xvii
revelation : cfg - — xv
revelation : cfg - — xvii
ritual, discrediting of : cfg - — xv
ritual, myth and : cfg - — xii
ritual, translating: doctrine into : cfg - — xiii
ritual, translating: doctrine into : cfg - — xvii
science : cfg - — x
science, criteria of : cfg - — xv
science, religion and : cfg - — xv
science, religion and : cfg - — xviii
science, truth and : cfg - — xii
science, truth and : cfg - — xiii
science, truth and : cfg - — xv
science, truth and : cfg - — xvii
scriptures : cfg - — xvii
scriptures, literal interpretation of : cfg - — x-xi
scriptures, literal interpretation of : cfg - — xv
secularism : cfg - — xviii
self-forgetfulness (kenosis) : cfg - — xiii
self-forgetfulness (kenosis) : cfg - — xiv
silence : cfg - — xviii
Socrates, rationalist tradition of : cfg - — xvii
soul : cfg - — xi
Spiral Staircase, The (Armstrong) : cfg - — xvii
spirituality : cfg - — xvii
sports : cfg - — xii
sports : cfg - — xiii
Steiner, George : cfg - — xiv-xv
symbolism : cfg - — x
symbolism : cfg - — xvii
technology : cfg - — xv
terrorism : cfg - — ix
terrorism : cfg - — xvi
theism : cfg - — xvi
theology : cfg - — xv
theology, a discipline of words : cfg - — x
theology, medieval : cfg - — x-xi
thought : cfg - — xix
transcendence, seeking of : cfg - — xiii-xiv
truth, quest for : cfg - — xii
truth, quest for : cfg - — xiii
truth, religious : cfg - — xii
truth, religious : cfg - — xiii
truth, religious : cfg - — xvii
truth, scientific : cfg - — xii
truth, scientific : cfg - — xiii
truth, scientific : cfg - — xv
truth, scientific : cfg - — xvii
United States, religion in : cfg - — xvi
universe, see also cosmos; Earth; planets; stars unknowing; : cfg - — xiv
Zhuangzi : cfg - — xiii
God, premodern : cfg - 1 — 1-158
religion, premodern : cfg - 1 — 1-158
animals, Stone Age images of : cfg - 1 — 3-10
art : cfg - 1 — 3-11
France : cfg - 1 — 3-5
Lascaux cave art : cfg - 1 — 3-5
animals, hunting of : cfg - 1 — 4
evolution, xvi : cfg - 1 — 4
Homo sapiens : cfg - 1 — 4
hunting : cfg - 1 — 4-7
natural world : cfg - 1 — 4
ritual : cfg - 1 — 4
Spain : cfg - 1 — 4
symbolism : cfg - 1 — 4-5
temples : cfg - 1 — 4
animals, hunting of : cfg - 1 — 5-7
animals, men dressed as : cfg - 1 — 5
myth (mythos) : cfg - 1 — 5
myth (mythos), ceremonial reenactment' of : cfg - 1 — 5-7
myth (mythos), interpretation of : cfg - 1 — 5
scriptures, see also specific religious scriptures seances : cfg - 1 — 5
shamanism : cfg - 1 — 5
animals, men dressed as : cfg - 1 — 6
animals, sacrifice of : cfg - 1 — 6
death, life after : cfg - 1 — 6
First Cause, r : cfg - 1 — 6
gods, mythological tales of : cfg - 1 — 6
myth (mythos), as primitive psychology : cfg - 1 — 6-7
myth (mythos), stories of gods and heroes in : cfg - 1 — 6
philosophy, ancient perennial : cfg - 1 — 6-7
ritual, sacrificial : cfg - 1 — 6
sacrifice : cfg - 1 — 6
sex, abstaining from : cfg - 1 — 6
consciousness : cfg - 1 — 7
death : cfg - 1 — 7
death, contemplation of : cfg - 1 — 7
Lascaux cave art : cfg - 1 — 7
personality : cfg - 1 — 7
psychology : cfg - 1 — 7
ritual, initiation : cfg - 1 — 7-8
hedonism,Ii : cfg - 1 — 8
Kuhn, Herbert : cfg - 1 — 8-9
Lascaux cave art : cfg - 1 — 8
music : cfg - 1 — 8
myth (mythos), ceremonial reenactment' of : cfg - 1 — 8
myth (mythos), coping with life and death through : cfg - 1 — 8
myth (mythos), interpretation of : cfg - 1 — 8
myth (mythos), ritual and : cfg - 1 — 8
poetry : cfg - 1 — 8
religion, connection of art and : cfg - 1 — 8
religion, practical action and discipline of : cfg - 1 — 8
ritual, myth and : cfg - 1 — 8
temples, rituals of : cfg - 1 — 8
Trois Freres labyrinth : cfg - 1 — 8-9
agriculture : cfg - 1 — 9-10
animals, hunting of : cfg - 1 — 9
animals, men dressed as : cfg - 1 — 9
belief : cfg - 1 — 9
Burkert, Walter : cfg - 1 — 9
divinity, human connection with : cfg - 1 — 9
Earth : cfg - 1 — 9-10
human beings : cfg - 1 — 9-10
hunting : cfg - 1 — 9
myth (mythos), ritual and : cfg - 1 — 9
priests : cfg - 1 — 9
ritual, discrediting of : cfg - 1 — 9
ritual, myth and : cfg - 1 — 9
ritual, religious ideas product of : cfg - 1 — 9
supernatural : cfg - 1 — 9
symbolism : cfg - 1 — 9
transcendence, seeking of : cfg - 1 — 9
Brahman : cfg - 1 — 10
Dao : cfg - 1 — 10
ecstasy (ekstasis), self-forgetfulnes in : cfg - 1 — 10
God, attributes and concepts of : cfg - 1 — 10
God, modern : cfg - 1 — 10
Lascaux cave art : cfg - 1 — 10
music : cfg - 1 — 10
Nirvana : cfg - 1 — 10
religion, modern : cfg - 1 — 10
religion, practical action and discipline of : cfg - 1 — 10
religion, truth and : cfg - 1 — 10
science, truth and : cfg - 1 — 10
sex, joy of : cfg - 1 — 10
spirituality : cfg - 1 — 10
sports : cfg - 1 — 10
symbolism : cfg - 1 — 10-11
truth, religious : cfg - 1 — 10
truth, scientific : cfg - 1 — 10
Venus of Laussel : cfg - 1 — 10-11
women, linking the moon and : cfg - 1 — 10-11
women, pregnancy and childbirth of : cfg - 1 — 10
animals, hunting of : cfg - 1 — 11
Aryan tribes : cfg - 1 — 11-13
Being : cfg - 1 — 11-12
death, life after : cfg - 1 — 11
energeiai ("energies"), divine : cfg - 1 — 11
Heidegger, Martin : cfg - 1 — 11
hunting : cfg - 1 — 11
stars : cfg - 1 — 11
transcendence : cfg - 1 — 11
water : cfg - 1 — 11
women, pregnancy and childbirth of : cfg - 1 — 11
Brahman : cfg - 1 — 12-13
death : cfg - 1 — 12
divinity, symbols of : cfg - 1 — 12-13
fire : cfg - 1 — 12
human beings, sufferings and limitations of : cfg - 1 — 12
hymns : cfg - 1 — 12-13
Lascaux cave art : cfg - 1 — 12
music, sacred : cfg - 1 — 12-13
pain : cfg - 1 — 12
personality : cfg - 1 — 12
prayer : cfg - 1 — 12
Rig Veda : cfg - 1 — 12-13
Spirit : cfg - 1 — 12
stars : cfg - 1 — 12
symbolism : cfg - 1 — 12-13
transcendence : cfg - 1 — 12
Brahmodya competition : cfg - 1 — 13
consciousness : cfg - 1 — 13
Dao : cfg - 1 — 13-14
fasting : cfg - 1 — 13
fear : cfg - 1 — 13
language, limitations of : cfg - 1 — 13
mystery : cfg - 1 — 13
poetry : cfg - 1 — 13
priests, Brahmin : cfg - 1 — 13
religion, authentic experience of : cfg - 1 — 13
silence : cfg - 1 — 13
spiritual exercises : cfg - 1 — 13
truth : cfg - 1 — 13
cults : cfg - 1 — 14
death : cfg - 1 — 14
divinity, human connection with : cfg - 1 — 14
divinity, symbols of : cfg - 1 — 14-15
Elohim : cfg - 1 — 14
France : cfg - 1 — 14
gods : cfg - 1 — 14-19
human beings, sufferings and limitations of : cfg - 1 — 14
Israelites : cfg - 1 — 14
monotheism : cfg - 1 — 14
priests : cfg - 1 — 14
sacred geography : cfg - 1 — 14-15
temples : cfg - 1 — 14
transcendence, seeking of : cfg - 1 — 14
Allah : cfg - 1 — 15
Aryan tribes : cfg - 1 — 15
cosmology : cfg - 1 — 15
creation stories : cfg - 1 — 15
cults : cfg - 1 — 15
Earth : cfg - 1 — 15-16
Genesis, creation story in : cfg - 1 — 15
God, modern : cfg - 1 — 15
High God : cfg - 1 — 15-17
myth (mythos), ritual and : cfg - 1 — 15
paradise : cfg - 1 — 15
religion, modern : cfg - 1 — 15
ritual, myth and : cfg - 1 — 15
Sky Gods : cfg - 1 — 15
Aryan tribes : cfg - 1 — 16
cosmos : cfg - 1 — 16
creation stories : cfg - 1 — 16-18
God, death of : cfg - 1 — 16
gods, mythological tales of : cfg - 1 — 16
Greeks, gods, myths, and religion of : cfg - 1 — 16
hymns : cfg - 1 — 16
monotheism : cfg - 1 — 16
Mount Olympus : cfg - 1 — 16
myth (mythos) : cfg - 1 — 16
myth (mythos), stories of gods and heroes in : cfg - 1 — 16
prayer, as petition : cfg - 1 — 16
Presbyterianism : cfg - 1 — 16
priests : cfg - 1 — 16
Rig Veda : cfg - 1 — 16
ritual : cfg - 1 — 16
ritual, discrediting of : cfg - 1 — 16
sacrifice : cfg - 1 — 16
temples : cfg - 1 — 16
Zeus : cfg - 1 — 16
animals : cfg - 1 — 17
cosmology : cfg - 1 — 17
creation, ex nihilo (from nothing) : cfg - 1 — 17
death, life after : cfg - 1 — 17
ego, "stepping outside" of : cfg - 1 — 17
energeiai ("energies"), divine : cfg - 1 — 17
gods, mythological tales of : cfg - 1 — 17-19
human beings, first : cfg - 1 — 17
moon, Io-I I : cfg - 1 — 17
myth (mythos), stories of gods and heroes in : cfg - 1 — 17-19
planets : cfg - 1 — 17
Purusha myth : cfg - 1 — 17
sacrifice : cfg - 1 — 17
self-forgetfulness (kenosis) : cfg - 1 — 17
stars : cfg - 1 — 17
sun : cfg - 1 — 17
Baal : cfg - 1 — 18
Babylon : cfg - 1 — 18-19
cosmos : cfg - 1 — 18
Enuma Elish : cfg - 1 — 18-19
Genesis, creation story in : cfg - 1 — 18
Gnosticism, i : cfg - 1 — 18
human beings, first : cfg - 1 — 18
hymns : cfg - 1 — 18
Marduk : cfg - 1 — 18
paradise : cfg - 1 — 18
ritual : cfg - 1 — 18
temples, ziggurat towers of : cfg - 1 — 18
Tiamat : cfg - 1 — 18
Yahweh : cfg - 1 — 18
Yam : cfg - 1 — 18
Aryan tribes : cfg - 1 — 19
belief : cfg - 1 — 19
Brahman : cfg - 1 — 19-21
energeiai ("energies"), divine : cfg - 1 — 19
fear, liberation from : cfg - 1 — 19
knowledge : cfg - 1 — 19
Marduk : cfg - 1 — 19
nothingness : cfg - 1 — 19
psyche : cfg - 1 — 19-21
ritual : cfg - 1 — 19
Self (atman) : cfg - 1 — 19
Shvetaketu : cfg - 1 — 19-20
spiritual exercises : cfg - 1 — 19
spirituality : cfg - 1 — 19
transcendence : cfg - 1 — 19
Uddalaka Aruni : cfg - 1 — 19-20
Upanishads : cfg - 1 — 19-21
Aryan tribes : cfg - 1 — 20
death : cfg - 1 — 20
Freud, Sigmund : cfg - 1 — 20
Greeks : cfg - 1 — 20
pain : cfg - 1 — 20
personality : cfg - 1 — 20-1
Purusha myth : cfg - 1 — 20
reason (logos), pragmatic uses of : cfg - 1 — 20
religion, truth and : cfg - 1 — 20
science, truth and : cfg - 1 — 20
Self (atman) : cfg - 1 — 20-1
self-forgetfulness (kenosis) : cfg - 1 — 20
selfishness : cfg - 1 — 20
spiritual exercises : cfg - 1 — 20
truth, religious : cfg - 1 — 20
truth, scientific : cfg - 1 — 20
unconscious : cfg - 1 — 20
universe, see also cosmos; Earth; planets; stars unknowing; : cfg - 1 — 20
Aristotle, science and rationalism of : cfg - 1 — 21
Brahmodya competition : cfg - 1 — 21
ego, "stepping outside" of : cfg - 1 — 21-2
Greeks, rationalism of : cfg - 1 — 21
language, limitations of : cfg - 1 — 21
rationalism, Greek : cfg - 1 — 21
reason (logos) : cfg - 1 — 21
self-forgetfulness (kenosis) : cfg - 1 — 21-2
silence : cfg - 1 — 21-2
truth, quest for : cfg - 1 — 21
Yajnavalkya : cfg - 1 — 21
yoga : cfg - 1 — 21-2
anger : cfg - 1 — 22
creation stories : cfg - 1 — 22
fear, liberation from : cfg - 1 — 22
joy : cfg - 1 — 22
music : cfg - 1 — 22
nonviolence (ahimsa) : cfg - 1 — 22
Brahman : cfg - 1 — 23
Buddha : cfg - 1 — 23
Buddhism : cfg - 1 — 23-4
Christianity : cfg - 1 — 23
Confucianism : cfg - 1 — 23
creation : cfg - 1 — 23
Daoism : cfg - 1 — 23
hatred : cfg - 1 — 23
human beings, sufferings and limitations of : cfg - 1 — 23
Islam : cfg - 1 — 23
Jainism : cfg - 1 — 23
Judaism : cfg - 1 — 23
monks, Buddhist : cfg - 1 — 23
monotheism : cfg - 1 — 23
Nirvana : cfg - 1 — 23-4
pain : cfg - 1 — 23
philosophy : cfg - 1 — 23
Self (atman) : cfg - 1 — 23
sex, joy of : cfg - 1 — 23
yoga : cfg - 1 — 23
Buddha : cfg - 1 — 24
compassion, xvii : cfg - 1 — 24-6
God, attributes and concepts of : cfg - 1 — 24
hatred : cfg - 1 — 24
joy : cfg - 1 — 24
monks, Buddhist : cfg - 1 — 24
monotheism : cfg - 1 — 24
truth : cfg - 1 — 24
Confucianism : cfg - 1 — 25-6
Confucius : cfg - 1 — 25
Yan Hui : cfg - 1 — 25-6
belief : cfg - 1 — 26
Christianity : cfg - 1 — 26
God, attributes and concepts of : cfg - 1 — 26
Israelites : cfg - 1 — 26
Judaism : cfg - 1 — 26
language, limitations of : cfg - 1 — 26
monotheism : cfg - 1 — 26
reason (logos), inadequacy of religious analysis through : cfg - 1 — 26
religion, inadequacy of rational thought on : cfg - 1 — 26
religion, practical action and discipline of : cfg - 1 — 26
silence : cfg - 1 — 26
Supreme Being : cfg - 1 — 26
transcendence : cfg - 1 — 26
Yahweh : cfg - 1 — 26-35
Adam : cfg - 2 — 27-30
animals : cfg - 2 — 27
creation stories : cfg - 2 — 27-30
Eden : cfg - 2 — 27-30
Eve : cfg - 2 — 27-30
human beings, first : cfg - 2 — 27-30
knowledge : cfg - 2 — 27-8
paradise : cfg - 2 — 27-8
sacred geography : cfg - 2 — 27
Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil : cfg - 2 — 27-8
Upanishads : cfg - 2 — 27
Augustine, Bishop of Hippo : cfg - 2 — 28
Being : cfg - 2 — 28
Bible, literal interpretation of : cfg - 2 — 28
Christianity, Orthodox : cfg - 2 — 28
Christianity, theology and traditions of : cfg - 2 — 28
human beings, sufferings and limitations of : cfg - 2 — 28
Judaism, theology and traditions of : cfg - 2 — 28
knowledge, thirst for : cfg - 2 — 28-9
myth (mythos), coping with life and death through : cfg - 2 — 28
Original Sin : cfg - 2 — 28
pain : cfg - 2 — 28
reason (logos) : cfg - 2 — 28
reason (logos), Western society and : cfg - 2 — 28
scriptures, literal interpretation of : cfg - 2 — 28
women, pregnancy and childbirth of : cfg - 2 — 28
cosmogony : cfg - 2 — 29
cults : cfg - 2 — 29
Enuma Elish : cfg - 2 — 29
evil : cfg - 2 — 29
Genesis, creation story in : cfg - 2 — 29
gods, mythological tales of : cfg - 2 — 29
human beings, evil inclination of : cfg - 2 — 29
Jerusalem : cfg - 2 — 29
Judaism, Rabbinic : cfg - 2 — 29
knowledge, limits of : cfg - 2 — 29
myth (mythos), stories of gods and heroes in : cfg - 2 — 29
peace : cfg - 2 — 29
sacred geography : cfg - 2 — 29
shalom : cfg - 2 — 29
Solomon, King : cfg - 2 — 29
Talmud, Rabbis of : cfg - 2 — 29
Temple Mount : cfg - 2 — 29
Temple of Solomon : cfg - 2 — 29
temples, cults of : cfg - 2 — 29
temples, ziggurat towers of : cfg - 2 — 29
universe, creation of : cfg - 2 — 29
Elohim : cfg - 2 — 30
evil : cfg - 2 — 30
Hebrew Bible, authorship of : cfg - 2 — 30-49
Israel : cfg - 2 — 30
Israel, history of : cfg - 2 — 30-48
Israelites : cfg - 2 — 30-48
Jerusalem : cfg - 2 — 30
joy : cfg - 2 — 30
Judah, Kingdom of : cfg - 2 — 30
Judaism, theology and traditions of : cfg - 2 — 30-48
peace : cfg - 2 — 30
shalom : cfg - 2 — 30
Solomon, King : cfg - 2 — 30
Temple of Solomon : cfg - 2 — 30
Abraham : cfg - 2 — 31
Egypt, Israelites' exodus from : cfg - 2 — 31
Isaac : cfg - 2 — 31
Israel, as Promised Land : cfg - 2 — 31
Israelites, exodus from Egypt of : cfg - 2 — 31
Jacob : cfg - 2 — 31
Jerusalem : cfg - 2 — 31
Joshua : cfg - 2 — 31
Judaism, Patriarchs of : cfg - 2 — 31-7
Moses, Israelites led from 'Egypt by : cfg - 2 — 31-4
poetry : cfg - 2 — 31
Torah : cfg - 2 — 31
Abraham : cfg - 2 — 32
cosmology : cfg - 2 — 32
creation stories : cfg - 2 — 32
Eden : cfg - 2 — 32
Egypt, Israelites' exodus from : cfg - 2 — 32-4
Enlightenment : cfg - 2 — 32
Genesis, creation story in : cfg - 2 — 32
Hebrew Bible, miracle stories in : cfg - 2 — 32-3
Israelites, exodus from Egypt of : cfg - 2 — 32-4
miracles, in Hebrew Bible : cfg - 2 — 32-3
monotheism : cfg - 2 — 32
myth (mythos), cosmological : cfg - 2 — 32
Protagoras : cfg - 2 — 32
Torah : cfg - 2 — 32
Israel, as Promised Land : cfg - 2 — 33
priests, Israelite : cfg - 2 — 33
Song of the Sea : cfg - 2 — 33
temples : cfg - 2 — 33-4
unleavened bread (mazzoth) : cfg - 2 — 33
Abraham : cfg - 2 — 34-6
cosmogony : cfg - 2 — 34
cosmology : cfg - 2 — 34
cults : cfg - 2 — 34
Genesis, book of : cfg - 2 — 34
gods : cfg - 2 — 34
High God : cfg - 2 — 34
human beings, God's connection to : cfg - 2 — 34-5
idolatry : cfg - 2 — 34
Jacob : cfg - 2 — 34
Judaism, Prophets of : cfg - 2 — 34
myth (mythos), cosmological : cfg - 2 — 34
priests, Israelite : cfg - 2 — 34
animals, sacrifice of : cfg - 2 — 35
compassion, xvii : cfg - 2 — 35
Eden : cfg - 2 — 35
Genesis, book of : cfg - 2 — 35-6
Genesis, creation story in : cfg - 2 — 35
God, attributes and concepts of : cfg - 2 — 35-6
Isaac : cfg - 2 — 35
Jerusalem : cfg - 2 — 35
morality : cfg - 2 — 35
sacrifice : cfg - 2 — 35
Deuteronomists : cfg - 2 — 36-9
divinity : cfg - 2 — 36
Flood : cfg - 2 — 36
idolatry : cfg - 2 — 36
Josiah, King of Judah : cfg - 2 — 36-7
Judah, Kingdom of : cfg - 2 — 36-7
Judaism, attempted reform of : cfg - 2 — 36-8
Moses : cfg - 2 — 36-7
transcendence : cfg - 2 — 36
Deuteronomy, book of : cfg - 2 — 37-8
Egypt, Israelites' exodus from : cfg - 2 — 37
Israel : cfg - 2 — 37
Israelites, exodus from Egypt of : cfg - 2 — 37
Jerusalem : cfg - 2 — 37
Joshua : cfg - 2 — 37
Judaism, priests and scribes of : cfg - 2 — 37
Judaism, Prophets of : cfg - 2 — 37
Moses, Israelites led from 'Egypt by : cfg - 2 — 37
Temple of Solomon : cfg - 2 — 37
Baal : cfg - 2 — 38
Babylon : cfg - 2 — 38-9
cults : cfg - 2 — 38
divinity, symbols of : cfg - 2 — 38
Egypt : cfg - 2 — 38-9
God, attributes and concepts of : cfg - 2 — 38
idolatry : cfg - 2 — 38
Joshua : cfg - 2 — 38
Josiah, King of Judah : cfg - 2 — 38
Judah, Kingdom of : cfg - 2 — 38-9
Marduk : cfg - 2 — 38
myth (mythos), discrediting of : cfg - 2 — 38
nationalism : cfg - 2 — 38
Necho II, Pharaoh of Egypt : cfg - 2 — 38
nonviolence (ahimsa) : cfg - 2 — 38
sacrifice : cfg - 2 — 38
temples : cfg - 2 — 38
Tiamat : cfg - 2 — 38
Torah : cfg - 2 — 38
Yahweh : cfg - 2 — 38-40
Christianity, theology and traditions of : cfg - 2 — 39
divinity, human connection with : cfg - 2 — 39-40
human beings, God's connection to : cfg - 2 — 39-42
idolatry : cfg - 2 — 39
Israelites, God's connection to : cfg - 2 — 39-42
Jerusalem, Babylonian destruction of : cfg - 2 — 39
Josiah, King of Judah : cfg - 2 — 39
Judaism, attempted reform of : cfg - 2 — 39
Judaism, Prophets of : cfg - 2 — 39
Moses : cfg - 2 — 39-40
Nebuchadnezzar, King of Babylon : cfg - 2 — 39
pagans : cfg - 2 — 39
poverty : cfg - 2 — 39
Babylon, Israelites in : cfg - 2 — 40-2
cults : cfg - 2 — 40
Deuteronomists : cfg - 2 — 40
Ezekiel : cfg - 2 — 40
Holiness Code : cfg - 2 — 40-1
Israelites, Babylonian captivity of : cfg - 2 — 40-2
Jerusalem : cfg - 2 — 40
Jews, Diaspora of : cfg - 2 — 40-1
Judaism, priests and scribes of : cfg - 2 — 40-5
Marduk : cfg - 2 — 40
Mount Sinai : cfg - 2 — 40
spirituality : cfg - 2 — 40
Tabernacle Document : cfg - 2 — 40
Abraham : cfg - 2 — 41
Deuteronomists : cfg - 2 — 41
Eden : cfg - 2 — 41
Egypt, Israelites' exodus from : cfg - 2 — 41
Exodus, book of : cfg - 2 — 41
Israel, as Promised Land : cfg - 2 — 41
Israelites, exodus from Egypt of : cfg - 2 — 41
Joshua : cfg - 2 — 41
Judaism, laws of : cfg - 2 — 41
Judaism, oral tradition in : cfg - 2 — 41
Leviticus, book of : cfg - 2 — 41
Moses, Israelites led from 'Egypt by : cfg - 2 — 41
Numbers, book of : cfg - 2 — 41
Sinai desert : cfg - 2 — 41
Torah : cfg - 2 — 41
Adam : cfg - 2 — 42
animals, hunting of : cfg - 2 — 42-3
animals, sacrifice of : cfg - 2 — 42
animals, "unclean" : cfg - 2 — 42-3
compassion, xvii : cfg - 2 — 42
death : cfg - 2 — 42
hunting : cfg - 2 — 42-3
Judaism, laws of : cfg - 2 — 42-3
love : cfg - 2 — 42
nonviolence (ahimsa) : cfg - 2 — 42
otherness : cfg - 2 — 42
ritual, purification : cfg - 2 — 42
ritual, sacrificial : cfg - 2 — 42
ritual, slaughter : cfg - 2 — 42
Sabbath : cfg - 2 — 42
sacrifice : cfg - 2 — 42
Babylon, Israelites in : cfg - 2 — 43
compassion, xvii : cfg - 2 — 43
cosmogony : cfg - 2 — 43
creation : cfg - 2 — 43
creation stories : cfg - 2 — 43-5
Elohim : cfg - 2 — 43-4
Flood : cfg - 2 — 43
Marduk : cfg - 2 — 43
moon, Io-I I : cfg - 2 — 43
stars : cfg - 2 — 43
sun : cfg - 2 — 43
Tiamat : cfg - 2 — 43
Yahweh : cfg - 2 — 43-6
Yam : cfg - 2 — 43
Adam : cfg - 2 — 44
Babylon, Israelites in : cfg - 2 — 44
cosmos : cfg - 2 — 44
Eden : cfg - 2 — 44
human beings, God's connection to : cfg - 2 — 44
Moses : cfg - 2 — 44
Sabbath : cfg - 2 — 44
Tabernacle Document : cfg - 2 — 44
temples : cfg - 2 — 44
Babylon, Israelites in : cfg - 2 — 45
belief : cfg - 2 — 45
compassion, xvii : cfg - 2 — 45
cosmogony : cfg - 2 — 45
divinity, symbols of : cfg - 2 — 45
Judaism, Prophets of : cfg - 2 — 45-6
monotheism : cfg - 2 — 45
nonviolence (ahimsa) : cfg - 2 — 45
Second Isaiah : cfg - 2 — 45-6
Babylon, Israelites in : cfg - 2 — 46
Cyrus, King of Persia : cfg - 2 — 46
Ezra : cfg - 2 — 46-8
Jerusalem : cfg - 2 — 46-7
Jews, Diaspora of : cfg - 2 — 46
Judaism, laws of : cfg - 2 — 46-7
Judaism, priests and scribes of : cfg - 2 — 46-7
Levites : cfg - 2 — 46-7
Moses : cfg - 2 — 46
pagans : cfg - 2 — 46
ritual, translating: doctrine into : cfg - 2 — 46-8
Second Temple : cfg - 2 — 46
Temple of Solomon : cfg - 2 — 46
Torah, interpretation and discourse on : cfg - 2 — 46-8
Judaism, classical : cfg - 2 — 47-8
love : cfg - 2 — 47
monotheism : cfg - 2 — 47
Moses : cfg - 2 — 47
Moses, Torah given to : cfg - 2 — 47
revelation : cfg - 2 — 47-8
Second Temple : cfg - 2 — 47
Sinai desert : cfg - 2 — 47
Sukkoth : cfg - 2 — 47
Torah, Moses's reception of : cfg - 2 — 47
midrash : cfg - 2 — 48
Sukkoth : cfg - 2 — 48
astronomy : cfg - 3 — 49
cosmogony : cfg - 3 — 49-53
cosmos : cfg - 3 — 49-53
Greeks : cfg - 3 — 49-76
Greeks, philosophy of : cfg - 3 — 49-53
Greeks, rationalism of : cfg - 3 — 49-54
knowledge, thirst for : cfg - 3 — 49
mathematics : cfg - 3 — 49
Milesians : cfg - 3 — 49-52
naturalists (phusikoi) : cfg - 3 — 49-53
natural world, laws of : cfg - 3 — 49
natural world, philosophy based on : cfg - 3 — 49-53
natural world, scientific knowledge of : cfg - 3 — 49-53
philosophy, Greek : cfg - 3 — 49-53
rationalism, Greek : cfg - 3 — 49-54
reason (logos) : cfg - 3 — 49-76
reason (logos), Western society and : cfg - 3 — 49
science, Greek : cfg - 3 — 49-53
science, natural : cfg - 3 — 49-53
science, Western tradition of : cfg - 3 — 49
universe : cfg - 3 — 49
universe, creation of : cfg - 3 — 49
universe, order and laws of : cfg - 3 — 49
Aryan tribes : cfg - 3 — 50
cosmology : cfg - 3 — 50
creation : cfg - 3 — 50
democracy : cfg - 3 — 50-1
gods, anthropomorphic : cfg - 3 — 50
gods, mythological tales of : cfg - 3 — 50
Greeks, democracy and city-states of : cfg - 3 — 50-1
Greeks, gods, myths, and religion of : cfg - 3 — 50
Hephaestus : cfg - 3 — 50
Homer : cfg - 3 — 50
Mount Olympus : cfg - 3 — 50
myth (mythos), stories of gods and heroes in : cfg - 3 — 50
natural world, laws of : cfg - 3 — 50
universe, order and laws of : cfg - 3 — 50
Zeus : cfg - 3 — 50
Anaximander : cfg - 3 — 51
Anaximenes : cfg - 3 — 51
Earth : cfg - 3 — 51
fire : cfg - 3 — 51
gods, mythological tales of : cfg - 3 — 51
Greeks, gods, myths, and religion of : cfg - 3 — 51
human beings, subjugation of : cfg - 3 — 51
myth (mythos), stories of gods and heroes in : cfg - 3 — 51
religion, truth and : cfg - 3 — 51
science, truth and : cfg - 3 — 51
science, Western tradition of : cfg - 3 — 51
slavery : cfg - 3 — 51
Thales : cfg - 3 — 51
truth, scientific : cfg - 3 — 51
water : cfg - 3 — 51
women, subjugation of : cfg - 3 — 51
Anaximenes : cfg - 3 — 52-3
atoms : cfg - 3 — 52
death : cfg - 3 — 52
Democritus : cfg - 3 — 52-3
Leucippus : cfg - 3 — 52
Parmenides : cfg - 3 — 52
skepticism : cfg - 3 — 52
Thales : cfg - 3 — 52-3
truth, quest for : cfg - 3 — 52
Apollo : cfg - 3 — 53
astronomy : cfg - 3 — 53
atoms : cfg - 3 — 53
cults : cfg - 3 — 53-7
Demeter : cfg - 3 — 53-5
economics : cfg - 3 — 53
Egypt : cfg - 3 — 53
evil : cfg - 3 — 53
fire : cfg - 3 — 53
geometry, . : cfg - 3 — 53
gods : cfg - 3 — 53-7
gods, mythological tales of : cfg - 3 — 53-8
Greeks, gods, myths, and religion of : cfg - 3 — 53-8
Hephaestus : cfg - 3 — 53
human beings, sufferings and limitations of : cfg - 3 — 53
mathematics : cfg - 3 — 53
moon, Io-I I : cfg - 3 — 53
music : cfg - 3 — 53
myth (mythos), ceremonial reenactment' of : cfg - 3 — 53-6
myth (mythos), stories of gods and heroes in : cfg - 3 — 53-8
Parmenides : cfg - 3 — 53
Persephone : cfg - 3 — 53-4
Prometheus : cfg - 3 — 53
Pythagoras : cfg - 3 — 53
ritual : cfg - 3 — 53
science, Renaissance : cfg - 3 — 53
science, seventeenth-century revolution in : cfg - 3 — 53
spiritual exercises : cfg - 3 — 53
sun : cfg - 3 — 53
Thesmophoria festival : cfg - 3 — 53-4
transcendence, seeking of : cfg - 3 — 53
Zeus : cfg - 3 — 53-4
agriculture : cfg - 3 — 54
death, contemplation of : cfg - 3 — 54
Demophon : cfg - 3 — 54-5
Eleusinian Mysteries : cfg - 3 — 54-6
fasting : cfg - 3 — 54
fire : cfg - 3 — 54-5
Greeks, democracy and city-states of : cfg - 3 — 54
Israel : cfg - 3 — 54
Mount Olympus : cfg - 3 — 54
mystery : cfg - 3 — 54
Mystery Cult : cfg - 3 — 54-6
myth (mythos), coping with life and death through : cfg - 3 — 54
myth (mythos), ritual and : cfg - 3 — 54-8
ritual, initiation : cfg - 3 — 54-7
ritual, myth and : cfg - 3 — 54-8
sex : cfg - 3 — 54
spirituality : cfg - 3 — 54
women : cfg - 3 — 54
agriculture : cfg - 3 — 55
animals, sacrifice of : cfg - 3 — 55
death, contemplation of : cfg - 3 — 55-6
Demetrius : cfg - 3 — 55
fasting : cfg - 3 — 55
Hellenism : cfg - 3 — 55
myth (mythos), coping with life and death through : cfg - 3 — 55
religion, practical action and discipline of : cfg - 3 — 55
ritual, secret : cfg - 3 — 55
theology : cfg - 3 — 55
animals, sacrifice of : cfg - 3 — 56
Aristotle : cfg - 3 — 56
belief : cfg - 3 — 56
death, fear of : cfg - 3 — 56
death, life after : cfg - 3 — 56
Demophon : cfg - 3 — 56
Dionysus : cfg - 3 — 56
Dio of Prusa : cfg - 3 — 56
fear, liberation from : cfg - 3 — 56
fire : cfg - 3 — 56
light : cfg - 3 — 56
mysticism : cfg - 3 — 56
Persephone : cfg - 3 — 56
Plutarch : cfg - 3 — 56
revelation : cfg - 3 — 56
soul : cfg - 3 — 56
unconscious : cfg - 3 — 56-7
psyche : cfg - 3 — 56.7
Aeschylus : cfg - 3 — 57-8
Anaxagoras of Smyrna : cfg - 3 — 57
death, fear of : cfg - 3 — 57
divinity : cfg - 3 — 57
ecstasy (ekstasis), self-forgetfulnes in : cfg - 3 — 57
ego, "stepping outside" of : cfg - 3 — 57
Euripides : cfg - 3 — 57
fear, liberation from : cfg - 3 — 57
gods, anthropomorphic : cfg - 3 — 57
knowledge : cfg - 3 — 57
moon, Io-I I : cfg - 3 — 57
pain : cfg - 3 — 57
Proclus : cfg - 3 — 57
Protagoras : cfg - 3 — 57
self-forgetfulness (kenosis) : cfg - 3 — 57
stars : cfg - 3 — 57
symbolism : cfg - 3 — 57
wisdom, quest for : cfg - 3 — 57
Xenophanes : cfg - 3 — 57
Zeus : cfg - 3 — 57-8
Anaxagoras of Smyrna : cfg - 3 — 58
atheism : cfg - 3 — 58
Euripides : cfg - 3 — 58
goodness : cfg - 3 — 58
Greeks, democracy and city-states of : cfg - 3 — 58
Greeks, philosophy of : cfg - 3 — 58-75
Greeks, rationalism of : cfg - 3 — 58
Israelites : cfg - 3 — 58
language, power of : cfg - 3 — 58-9
Peloponnesian War : cfg - 3 — 58
philosophy, Greek : cfg - 3 — 58-75
philosophy, written vs. oral : cfg - 3 — 58-9
prayer : cfg - 3 — 58
rationalism, Greek : cfg - 3 — 58
Socrates : cfg - 3 — 58-66
Socrates, death of : cfg - 3 — 58
Socrates, rationalist tradition of : cfg - 3 — 58
Socrates, virtue taught by : cfg - 3 — 58
Trojan Women (Euripedes) : cfg - 3 — 58
virtue : cfg - 3 — 58
agnosticism : cfg - 3 — 59
Anaxagoras of Smyrna : cfg - 3 — 59-60
language, power of : cfg - 3 — 59-20
naturalists (phusikoi) : cfg - 3 — 59-60
natural world, philosophy based on : cfg - 3 — 59-60
natural world, scientific knowledge of : cfg - 3 — 59-60
science, Greek : cfg - 3 — 59-60
science, natural : cfg - 3 — 59-60
silence : cfg - 3 — 59
Socrates, death of : cfg - 3 — 59
wisdom : cfg - 3 — 59
Aristotle : cfg - 3 — 60
Confucius : cfg - 3 — 60
Eleusinian Mysteries : cfg - 3 — 60
Friedlander, Paul : cfg - 3 — 60
goodness : cfg - 3 — 60
Hadot, Pierre : cfg - 3 — 60
morality : cfg - 3 — 60
Socrates, virtue taught by : cfg - 3 — 60-1
spiritual exercises : cfg - 3 — 60
virtue : cfg - 3 — 60-2
wisdom, quest for : cfg - 3 — 60
Alcibiades : cfg - 3 — 61
concentration : cfg - 3 — 61
dialectic : cfg - 3 — 61
knowledge : cfg - 3 — 61
meditation : cfg - 3 — 61
prayer : cfg - 3 — 61
self-knowledge : cfg - 3 — 61
spiritual exercises : cfg - 3 — 61
truth, quest for : cfg - 3 — 61
yoga : cfg - 3 — 61
Brahmodya competition : cfg - 3 — 62
dialectic : cfg - 3 — 62
Greeks, rationalism of : cfg - 3 — 62
otherness : cfg - 3 — 62
Peloponnesian War : cfg - 3 — 62
rationalism, Greek : cfg - 3 — 62
skepticism : cfg - 3 — 62
Socrates, death of : cfg - 3 — 62
Socrates, rationalist tradition of : cfg - 3 — 62
Socrates, virtue taught by : cfg - 3 — 62
transcendence : cfg - 3 — 62
ecstasy (ekstasis) : cfg - 3 — 63-4
faith : cfg - 3 — 63
Mysteries, Greek : cfg - 3 — 63
Plato : cfg - 3 — 63-4
Symposium (Plato) : cfg - 3 — 63-4
wisdom, quest for : cfg - 3 — 63-4
Alcibiades : cfg - 3 — 64
Brahman : cfg - 3 — 64
Dionysus : cfg - 3 — 64
divinity, human connection with : cfg - 3 — 64
Greeks, rationalism of : cfg - 3 — 64
music : cfg - 3 — 64
Mysteries, Greek : cfg - 3 — 64
Nirvana : cfg - 3 — 64
rationalism, Greek : cfg - 3 — 64
self-knowledge : cfg - 3 — 64
Silenus : cfg - 3 — 64
Socrates, rationalist tradition of : cfg - 3 — 64
Socrates, virtue taught by : cfg - 3 — 64
virtue : cfg - 3 — 64-6
Alcibiades : cfg - 3 — 65
anger : cfg - 3 — 65
death, contemplation of : cfg - 3 — 65
death, preparation for : cfg - 3 — 65
goodness : cfg - 3 — 65
Greeks, gods, myths, and religion of : cfg - 3 — 65-6
Laches : cfg - 3 — 65-2
Plato : cfg - 3 — 65-70
Pythagoras : cfg - 3 — 65
sacrifice : cfg - 3 — 65-6
Silenus : cfg - 3 — 65
Socrates, death of : cfg - 3 — 65
Socrates, virtue taught by : cfg - 3 — 65
spirituality : cfg - 3 — 65
cosmos : cfg - 3 — 66
death, preparation for : cfg - 3 — 66
divinity, human connection with : cfg - 3 — 66
geometry, . : cfg - 3 — 66
mathematics : cfg - 3 — 66
morality : cfg - 3 — 66
personality : cfg - 3 — 66
Pythagoras : cfg - 3 — 66
Roman Catholic Church, reduced influence of : cfg - 3 — 66
soul : cfg - 3 — 66
beauty : cfg - 3 — 67
belief : cfg - 3 — 67
ego : cfg - 3 — 67
Eleusinian Mysteries : cfg - 3 — 67
Mysteries, Greek : cfg - 3 — 67
Phaedrus (Plato) : cfg - 3 — 67
philosophy, ancient perennial : cfg - 3 — 67
reason (logos), cultivation of : cfg - 3 — 67
ritual, initiation : cfg - 3 — 67-8
thought : cfg - 3 — 67
transcendence : cfg - 3 — 67
compassion, xvii : cfg - 3 — 68
light : cfg - 3 — 68-9
philosophy, written vs. oral : cfg - 3 — 68
Republic, The (Plato) : cfg - 3 — 68-9
soul : cfg - 3 — 68
sun : cfg - 3 — 68-9
transcendence : cfg - 3 — 68
atheism : cfg - 3 — 69
cosmos : cfg - 3 — 69
God, as unknowable : cfg - 3 — 69
goodness : cfg - 3 — 69
Greeks, gods, myths, and religion of : cfg - 3 — 69-70
Greeks, rationalism of : cfg - 3 — 69
Laws, The (Plato) : cfg - 3 — 69
rationalism, Greek : cfg - 3 — 69
Socrates, death of : cfg - 3 — 69
soul : cfg - 3 — 69
theology : cfg - 3 — 69
Timaeus (Plato) : cfg - 3 — 69-70
animals : cfg - 3 — 70
Aristotle : cfg - 3 — 70-3
Aristotle, science and rationalism of : cfg - 3 — 70-2
biology : cfg - 3 — 70
cosmos : cfg - 3 — 70
creation : cfg - 3 — 70
creation, ex nihilo (from nothing) : cfg - 3 — 70
divinity, human connection with : cfg - 3 — 70
Earth : cfg - 3 — 70
Greeks, rationalism of : cfg - 3 — 70-2
human beings, rationality of : cfg - 3 — 70
mathematics : cfg - 3 — 70
rationalism, Greek : cfg - 3 — 70-2
science, Aristotelian : cfg - 3 — 70-2
science, Greek : cfg - 3 — 70-2
soul : cfg - 3 — 70
universe, order and laws of : cfg - 3 — 70
contemplation : cfg - 3 — 71
Earth : cfg - 3 — 71
First Cause, r : cfg - 3 — 71
human beings, God's connection to : cfg - 3 — 71
intellect : cfg - 3 — 71
joy : cfg - 3 — 71
morality : cfg - 3 — 71
planets : cfg - 3 — 71-2
Plato : cfg - 3 — 71
science, Western tradition of : cfg - 3 — 71
spiritual exercises : cfg - 3 — 71
stars : cfg - 3 — 71
thought : cfg - 3 — 71
truth : cfg - 3 — 71
women : cfg - 3 — 71
animals : cfg - 3 — 72
contemplation : cfg - 3 — 72
human beings, God's connection to : cfg - 3 — 72
perfection : cfg - 3 — 72
reason (logos), cause and effect demanded by : cfg - 3 — 72
stars : cfg - 3 — 72
thought : cfg - 3 — 72
Yahweh : cfg - 3 — 72
Alexander the Great : cfg - 3 — 73
Aristotelianism : cfg - 3 — 73
atoms : cfg - 3 — 73-4
"bricolage," : cfg - 3 — 73
Cynicism : cfg - 3 — 73
Democritus : cfg - 3 — 73
Epicureanism : cfg - 3 — 73-4
Epicurus : cfg - 3 — 73
fear, liberation from : cfg - 3 — 73-4
Greeks, gods, myths, and religion of : cfg - 3 — 73-5
Hellenism : cfg - 3 — 73
Leucippus : cfg - 3 — 73
meditation : cfg - 3 — 73
pain : cfg - 3 — 73
peace : cfg - 3 — 73
philosophy : cfg - 3 — 73
philosophy, written vs. oral : cfg - 3 — 73
Plato : cfg - 3 — 73
Platonism : cfg - 3 — 73
spirituality : cfg - 3 — 73
Stoicism : cfg - 3 — 73
Zeno : cfg - 3 — 73
belief : cfg - 3 — 74
compassion, xvii : cfg - 3 — 74
contemplation : cfg - 3 — 74
cosmos : cfg - 3 — 74
faith : cfg - 3 — 74
human beings, rationality of : cfg - 3 — 74
kindness : cfg - 3 — 74
meditation : cfg - 3 — 74
Metrodorus : cfg - 3 — 74
natural world, study of : cfg - 3 — 74
peace : cfg - 3 — 74
reason (logos), limitations of : cfg - 3 — 74
self-forgetfulness (kenosis) : cfg - 3 — 74
Spirit : cfg - 3 — 74
Stoicism : cfg - 3 — 74
universe, see also cosmos; Earth; planets; stars unknowing; : cfg - 3 — 74
wisdom, quest for : cfg - 3 — 74
Zeno : cfg - 3 — 74
Aristotle : cfg - 3 — 75
Egypt : cfg - 3 — 75
God, attributes and concepts of : cfg - 3 — 75
goodness : cfg - 3 — 75
Hebrew Bible : cfg - 3 — 75
Hellenism : cfg - 3 — 75
Homer : cfg - 3 — 75
human beings, God's connection to : cfg - 3 — 75
human beings, rationality of : cfg - 3 — 75
Jews : cfg - 3 — 75-8
Judaism : cfg - 3 — 75-6
Judaism, liturgy of : cfg - 3 — 75-6
Judaism, Prophets of : cfg - 3 — 75
Philo : cfg - 3 — 75
Plato : cfg - 3 — 75
Platonism : cfg - 3 — 75
ritual, sacrificial : cfg - 3 — 75
sacrifice : cfg - 3 — 75
Spirit : cfg - 3 — 75
spiritual exercises : cfg - 3 — 75
temples : cfg - 3 — 75-6
universe, order and laws of : cfg - 3 — 75
wisdom : cfg - 3 — 75
Word : cfg - 3 — 75
"bricolage," : cfg - 3 — 76
faith : cfg - 4 — 77-102
Herod the Great : cfg - 4 — 77
Jerusalem, Roman destruction of : cfg - 4 — 77
Judaism : cfg - 4 — 77-81
Roman Empire, destruction of the Second Temple : cfg - 4 — 77
Roman Empire, occupation of Jerusalem by : cfg - 4 — 77-9
Second Temple, Roman destruction of : cfg - 4 — 77
Titus (Roman general) : cfg - 4 — 77
Vespasian, Emperor of Rome : cfg - 4 — 77
Zealots : cfg - 4 — 77
Christianity, as Jewish sect : cfg - 4 — 78
Christianity, early history of : cfg - 4 — 78
death, life after : cfg - 4 — 78
Eliezer, Rabbi : cfg - 4 — 78
Essenes : cfg - 4 — 78
Ezra : cfg - 4 — 78
Holy of Holies : cfg - 4 — 78
Jerusalem, Roman destruction of : cfg - 4 — 78
Jesus of Nazareth, Messiah : cfg - 4 — 78
Jesus of Nazareth, crucifixion of : cfg - 4 — 78
Jesus of Nazareth, historical : cfg - 4 — 78
Jesus of Nazareth, resurrection of : cfg - 4 — 78
Joshua, Rabbi : cfg - 4 — 78
Judaism, attempted reform of : cfg - 4 — 78
Judaism, early sects of : cfg - 4 — 78-99
Judaism, laws of : cfg - 4 — 78
Judaism, liturgy of : cfg - 4 — 78-81
Judaism, post-temple : cfg - 4 — 78-84
Judaism, priests and scribes of : cfg - 4 — 78
Judaism, Rabbinic : cfg - 4 — 78-84
Judaism, theology and traditions of : cfg - 4 — 78-84
Kingdom of God : cfg - 4 — 78
Mount Sinai : cfg - 4 — 78
Pharisees : cfg - 4 — 78-81
Qumran ascetics : cfg - 4 — 78
revelation : cfg - 4 — 78
ritual, purification : cfg - 4 — 78
Roman Empire, destruction of the Second Temple : cfg - 4 — 78
Second Temple, Roman destruction of : cfg - 4 — 78
Shekhinah (divine presence) : cfg - 4 — 78
spirituality : cfg - 4 — 78
Talmud, Rabbis of : cfg - 4 — 78-84
temples, cults of : cfg - 4 — 78
temples, rituals of : cfg - 4 — 78
Torah : cfg - 4 — 78-80
Vespasian, Emperor of Rome : cfg - 4 — 78
Yohanan ben Zakkai, Rabbi : cfg - 4 — 78-9
Zealots : cfg - 4 — 78
Akiva, Rabbi : cfg - 4 — 79-80
animals, sacrifice of : cfg - 4 — 79
compassion, xvii : cfg - 4 — 79-80
Confucius : cfg - 4 — 79
Exodus, book of : cfg - 4 — 79
Golden Rule : cfg - 4 — 79
Hillel : cfg - 4 — 79
Holy of Holies : cfg - 4 — 79
Israel, as Promised Land : cfg - 4 — 79
Joshua, Rabbi : cfg - 4 — 79
Judaism, laws of : cfg - 4 — 79-80
kindness : cfg - 4 — 79
love : cfg - 4 — 79-80
Moses, Torah given to : cfg - 4 — 79
Mount Sinai : cfg - 4 — 79
pagans : cfg - 4 — 79
pain : cfg - 4 — 79
Roman Empire, destruction of the Second Temple : cfg - 4 — 79
Second Temple, Roman destruction of : cfg - 4 — 79
sin, atonement for : cfg - 4 — 79
temples, rituals of : cfg - 4 — 79
Torah, commandments of : cfg - 4 — 79
Torah, interpretation and discourse on : cfg - 4 — 79-81
Torah, Moses's reception of : cfg - 4 — 79
Adam : cfg - 4 — 80
Ben Azzai, Simeon : cfg - 4 — 80-1
Buddhism : cfg - 4 — 80
consciousness : cfg - 4 — 80
hatred : cfg - 4 — 80
Hinduism : cfg - 4 — 80
Holy Spirit : cfg - 4 — 80
Meir, Rabbi : cfg - 4 — 80
mysticism : cfg - 4 — 80-1
prayer, as worship : cfg - 4 — 80
religion, truth and : cfg - 4 — 80
science, truth and : cfg - 4 — 80
Shekhinah (divine presence) : cfg - 4 — 80
sin : cfg - 4 — 80
Spirit : cfg - 4 — 80
spiritual exercises : cfg - 4 — 80
Torah, commandments of : cfg - 4 — 80
truth, religious : cfg - 4 — 80
truth, scientific : cfg - 4 — 80
yoga : cfg - 4 — 80
Yohanan ben Zakkai, Rabbi : cfg - 4 — 80
"bricolage," : cfg - 4 — 81
Christianity, as Jewish sect : cfg - 4 — 81-9
Christianity, early history of : cfg - 4 — 81-9
Ezra : cfg - 4 — 81
gospels : cfg - 4 — 81-9
Greeks, philosophy of : cfg - 4 — 81
Hellenism : cfg - 4 — 81
Jerusalem, Roman destruction of : cfg - 4 — 81
Jesus of Nazareth : cfg - 4 — 81-9
Jesus of Nazareth, historical : cfg - 4 — 81-2
Judaism, Prophets of : cfg - 4 — 81
midrash : cfg - 4 — 81
Mount Sinai : cfg - 4 — 81
New Testament : cfg - 4 — 81
religion, practical action and discipline of : cfg - 4 — 81
Second Temple : cfg - 4 — 81
transcendence, seeking of : cfg - 4 — 81
truth : cfg - 4 — 81
Christianity, conversion to : cfg - 4 — 82-3
Christianity, spread of : cfg - 4 — 82-3
Christianity, theology and traditions of : cfg - 4 — 82-9
death, life after : cfg - 4 — 82
gentiles : cfg - 4 — 82-3
God, presence of : cfg - 4 — 82
Golden Rule : cfg - 4 — 82
Holy Spirit : cfg - 4 — 82
idolatry : cfg - 4 — 82
Israel : cfg - 4 — 82
Jesus of Nazareth, Messiah : cfg - 4 — 82
Jesus of Nazareth, crucifixion of : cfg - 4 — 82
Jesus of Nazareth, disciples of : cfg - 4 — 82
Jesus of Nazareth, miracles of : cfg - 4 — 82
Jesus of Nazareth, resurrection of : cfg - 4 — 82
Jesus of Nazareth, teaching and mission of : cfg - 4 — 82
Jews, Diaspora of : cfg - 4 — 82
Judaism, laws of : cfg - 4 — 82
Judaism, Prophets of : cfg - 4 — 82-3
Kingdom of God : cfg - 4 — 82
love : cfg - 4 — 82
miracles, of Jesus : cfg - 4 — 82
missionaries : cfg - 4 — 82
nonviolence (ahimsa) : cfg - 4 — 82
Paul of Tarsus : cfg - 4 — 82-5
Pharisees : cfg - 4 — 82
sin : cfg - 4 — 82
Torah, interpretation and discourse on : cfg - 4 — 82
Bible, translations of : cfg - 4 — 83
"bricolage," : cfg - 4 — 83
Daniel : cfg - 4 — 83
evangelists : cfg - 4 — 83-4
Hebrew Bible : cfg - 4 — 83
Hellenism : cfg - 4 — 83
Isaiah : cfg - 4 — 83
Israel, (modern) : cfg - 4 — 83
Jeremiah : cfg - 4 — 83
Jerusalem, Roman destruction of : cfg - 4 — 83
Jesus of Nazareth, Messiah : cfg - 4 — 83
Jesus of Nazareth, crucifixion of : cfg - 4 — 83
Jesus of Nazareth, disciples of : cfg - 4 — 83-4
Jesus of Nazareth, divinity of : cfg - 4 — 83
Jesus of Nazareth, prophetic accounts of : cfg - 4 — 83
Jesus of Nazareth, resurrection of : cfg - 4 — 83
Jesus of Nazareth, stories of : cfg - 4 — 83-9
John, gospel-of : cfg - 4 — 83
Luke, gospel of : cfg - 4 — 83-4
Mark, gospel of : cfg - 4 — 83
Matthew, gospel of : cfg - 4 — 83
midrash : cfg - 4 — 83
New Testament : cfg - 4 — 83
prayer : cfg - 4 — 83
Qumran ascetics : cfg - 4 — 83
revelation : cfg - 4 — 83
Roman Empire, destruction of the Second Temple : cfg - 4 — 83
Second Temple, Roman destruction of : cfg - 4 — 83
spiritual exercises : cfg - 4 — 83
Torah, interpretation and discourse on : cfg - 4 — 83
wisdom : cfg - 4 — 83
Word : cfg - 4 — 83
Abraham : cfg - 4 — 84
Christianity, conversion to : cfg - 4 — 84
Copernicus, Nicolaus : cfg - 4 — 84-7
gentiles : cfg - 4 — 84
human beings, God's connection to : cfg - 4 — 84-5
hymns : cfg - 4 — 84-5
Jerusalem : cfg - 4 — 84
Jesus of Nazareth, Messiah : cfg - 4 — 84
Jesus of Nazareth, mythical and symbolic status of : cfg - 4 — 84-9
Jesus of Nazareth, prophetic accounts of : cfg - 4 — 84
Jesus of Nazareth, resurrection of : cfg - 4 — 84
Judaism, Prophets of : cfg - 4 — 84
Moses : cfg - 4 — 84
peace : cfg - 4 — 84
ritual : cfg - 4 — 84
shalom : cfg - 4 — 84
Dionysus : cfg - 4 — 85
evangelists : cfg - 4 — 85-6
God, attributes and concepts of : cfg - 4 — 85
Hebrew Bible, miracle stories in : cfg - 4 — 85-6
Isaac : cfg - 4 — 85-6
Israelites : cfg - 4 — 85
Jesus of Nazareth, disciples of : cfg - 4 — 85
Jesus of Nazareth, imitation of : cfg - 4 — 85
Jesus of Nazareth, as Son of God : cfg - 4 — 85
Jesus of Nazareth, virgin birth of : cfg - 4 — 85-6
Jews : cfg - 4 — 85
Judaism, Prophets of : cfg - 4 — 85
miracles, in Hebrew Bible : cfg - 4 — 85-6
New Testament : cfg - 4 — 85-8
priests : cfg - 4 — 85
Zeus : cfg - 4 — 85
Baptism : cfg - 4 — 86
Christianity, sacraments of : cfg - 4 — 86
Elijah : cfg - 4 — 86
gentiles : cfg - 4 — 86
Israel : cfg - 4 — 86
Jesus of Nazareth, disciples of : cfg - 4 — 86-7
Jesus of Nazareth, miracles of : cfg - 4 — 86-7
Jesus of Nazareth, resurrection of : cfg - 4 — 86
Jesus of Nazareth, as Son of God : cfg - 4 — 86
Jesus of Nazareth, teaching and mission of : cfg - 4 — 86
Luke, gospel of : cfg - 4 — 86
Mark, gospel of : cfg - 4 — 86
Matthew, gospel of : cfg - 4 — 86
midrash : cfg - 4 — 86
miracles, of Jesus : cfg - 4 — 86
Moses : cfg - 4 — 86
prayer : cfg - 4 — 86-7
Psalms : cfg - 4 — 86
skepticism : cfg - 4 — 86
Yahweh : cfg - 4 — 86
All's Well That Ends Well (Shakespeare) : cfg - 4 — 87
belief : cfg - 4 — 87-8
Bible, translations of : cfg - 4 — 87-8
Chaucer, Geoffrey : cfg - 4 — 87
God, attributes and concepts of : cfg - 4 — 87
Jesus of Nazareth, teaching and mission of : cfg - 4 — 87
King James Bible : cfg - 4 — 87-8
knowledge : cfg - 4 — 87
New Testament, translations of : cfg - 4 — 87-8
Shakespeare, William : cfg - 4 — 87
atheism : cfg - 4 — 88
disease : cfg - 4 — 88
Elijah : cfg - 4 — 88
Enlightenment : cfg - 4 — 88
evangelists : cfg - 4 — 88-9
exorcism : cfg - 4 — 88
Greeks, gods, myths, and religion of : cfg - 4 — 88
Hanina ben Dosa : cfg - 4 — 88
Hebrew Bible, miracle stories in : cfg - 4 — 88
Honi the Circle Drawer : cfg - 4 — 88
Jesus of Nazareth, miracles of : cfg - 4 — 88-9
Judaism, Prophets of : cfg - 4 — 88
medicine : cfg - 4 — 88
miracles, in Hebrew Bible : cfg - 4 — 88
miracles, of Jesus : cfg - 4 — 88-9
prayer, as petition : cfg - 4 — 88
Roman Empire, destruction of the Second Temple : cfg - 4 — 88
science : cfg - 4 — 88
Second Temple, Roman destruction of : cfg - 4 — 88
death : cfg - 4 — 89
disease : cfg - 4 — 89
Eliezer, Rabbi : cfg - 4 — 89-90
Elijah : cfg - 4 — 89
Hebrew Bible, miracle stories in : cfg - 4 — 89-90
Honi the Circle Drawer : cfg - 4 — 89
Jesus of Nazareth, prophetic accounts of : cfg - 4 — 89
Jesus of Nazareth, resurrection of : cfg - 4 — 89
Jesus of Nazareth, as Son of God : cfg - 4 — 89
Judaism, laws of : cfg - 4 — 89-90
Judaism, post-temple : cfg - 4 — 89-93
Judaism, Prophets of : cfg - 4 — 89
Judaism, Rabbinic : cfg - 4 — 89-93
Judaism, theology and traditions of : cfg - 4 — 89-93
Kingdom of God : cfg - 4 — 89
Luke, gospel of : cfg - 4 — 89
Mark, gospel of : cfg - 4 — 89
Matthew, gospel of : cfg - 4 — 89
miracles, in Hebrew Bible : cfg - 4 — 89-90
Talmud, Rabbis of : cfg - 4 — 89-93
Torah : cfg - 4 — 89-90
Torah, interpretation and discourse on : cfg - 4 — 89-93
water : cfg - 4 — 89
Akiva, Rabbi : cfg - 4 — 90
"bricolage," : cfg - 4 — 90
Joshua, Rabbi : cfg - 4 — 90
midrash : cfg - 4 — 90-4
Moses : cfg - 4 — 90
Moses, Torah given to : cfg - 4 — 90-3
Mount Sinai : cfg - 4 — 90-2
revelation : cfg - 4 — 90-1
Torah, Moses's reception of : cfg - 4 — 90-3
Herod the Great : cfg - 4 — 91-2
Judaism, oral tradition in : cfg - 4 — 91-3
love : cfg - 4 — 91
Mishnah : cfg - 4 — 91-3
Pharisees : cfg - 4 — 91-2
Roman Empire, destruction of the Second Temple : cfg - 4 — 91-2
Second Temple, Roman destruction of : cfg - 4 — 91-2
Socrates : cfg - 4 — 91
Song of Songs : cfg - 4 — 91
Torah, written vs. oral : cfg - 4 — 91-3
Babylonian Talmud (Bavli) : cfg - 4 — 92-3
belief : cfg - 4 — 92
Christianity, as Jewish sect : cfg - 4 — 92-3
Christianity, early history of : cfg - 4 — 92-9
gentiles : cfg - 4 — 92
Hebrew Bible : cfg - 4 — 92-3
Holy of Holies : cfg - 4 — 92
Jerusalem Talmud : cfg - 4 — 92
Judaism, laws of : cfg - 4 — 92
Judaism, Patriarchs of : cfg - 4 — 92
Judaism, Prophets of : cfg - 4 — 92
New Testament : cfg - 4 — 92-3
revelation : cfg - 4 — 92-3
Shekhinah (divine presence) : cfg - 4 — 92
women : cfg - 4 — 92
Word : cfg - 4 — 92
Abraham : cfg - 4 — 93
Christianity, Roman persecution of : cfg - 4 — 93-4
Christianity, spread of : cfg - 4 — 93
Christianity, theology and traditions of : cfg - 4 — 93-9
Greeks, philosophy of : cfg - 4 — 93
Hellenism : cfg - 4 — 93
Judaism, Prophets of : cfg - 4 — 93
Moses : cfg - 4 — 93
philosophy, Greek : cfg - 4 — 93
Qur'an : cfg - 4 — 93-4
Roman Empire, Christian persecution in : cfg - 4 — 93-4
Roman Empire, pagan religion of : cfg - 4 — 93
synagogues : cfg - 4 — 93
truth, changing of : cfg - 4 — 93
atheism, early Christians accused of : cfg - 4 — 94
Bible, literal interpretation of : cfg - 4 — 94-5
Christianity, atheism seen in : cfg - 4 — 94
Christianity, conversion to : cfg - 4 — 94
Christianity, reason and : cfg - 4 — 94
Epicurus : cfg - 4 — 94
evangelists : cfg - 4 — 94
gospels : cfg - 4 — 94
Greeks, philosophy of : cfg - 4 — 94
Hebrew Bible : cfg - 4 — 94-5
Hebrew Bible, authorship of : cfg - 4 — 94
Israel, as the Holy Land : cfg - 4 — 94
Jesus of Nazareth, Word incarnate : cfg - 4 — 94
John, gospel-of : cfg - 4 — 94
Judaism, Rabbinic : cfg - 4 — 94-5
Justin : cfg - 4 — 94
midrash : cfg - 4 — 94
Origen : cfg - 4 — 94-6
pagans : cfg - 4 — 94
Philo : cfg - 4 — 94
philosophy, Greek : cfg - 4 — 94
Plato : cfg - 4 — 94
Pythagoras : cfg - 4 — 94
reason (logos), Christianity and : cfg - 4 — 94
scriptures, literal interpretation of : cfg - 4 — 94
Shekhinah (divine presence) : cfg - 4 — 94
Socrates : cfg - 4 — 94
Stoicism : cfg - 4 — 94
Talmud, Rabbis of : cfg - 4 — 94-5
Word, Jesus incarnation of : cfg - 4 — 94
Zeno : cfg - 4 — 94
Abraham : cfg - 4 — 95
Bible, allegorical reading of : cfg - 4 — 95-6
Bible, translations of : cfg - 4 — 95
Christianity, conversion to : cfg - 4 — 95-6
Eden : cfg - 4 — 95
Israel, as the Holy Land : cfg - 4 — 95
Jesus of Nazareth, teaching and mission of : cfg - 4 — 95
psyche : cfg - 4 — 95
reason (logos), inadequacy of religious analysis through : cfg - 4 — 95
religion, inadequacy of rational thought on : cfg - 4 — 95
ritual, initiation : cfg - 4 — 95-9
scriptures, allegorical view of : cfg - 4 — 95-6
scriptures, literal interpretation of : cfg - 4 — 95
Sinai desert : cfg - 4 — 95
Spirit : cfg - 4 — 95
Bible, literal interpretation of : cfg - 4 — 96
Cassian, John : cfg - 4 — 96
contemplation : cfg - 4 — 96
meditation : cfg - 4 — 96
monasteries, reform of : cfg - 4 — 96
monks : cfg - 4 — 96
preachers : cfg - 4 — 96
religion, truth and : cfg - 4 — 96
science, truth and : cfg - 4 — 96
scriptures, mysteries of : cfg - 4 — 96-8
spiritual exercises : cfg - 4 — 96
truth, religious : cfg - 4 — 96
truth, scientific : cfg - 4 — 96
Baptism : cfg - 4 — 97-8
Christianity, conversion to : cfg - 4 — 97-9
Christianity, sacraments of : cfg - 4 — 97-8
Cyril, Bishop of Jerusalem : cfg - 4 — 97-8
Eucharist : cfg - 4 — 97
fasting : cfg - 4 — 97
gospels : cfg - 4 — 97
Jesus of Nazareth, disciples of : cfg - 4 — 97
Mysteries, Greek : cfg - 4 — 97
Paul of Tarsus : cfg - 4 — 97
prayer : cfg - 4 — 97
secularism : cfg - 4 — 97
Adam : cfg - 4 — 98
belief : cfg - 4 — 98-9
Eden : cfg - 4 — 98
Egypt, Israelites' exodus from : cfg - 4 — 98
Eucharist : cfg - 4 — 98
Eve : cfg - 4 — 98
Holy Spirit : cfg - 4 — 98
Israelites, exodus from Egypt of : cfg - 4 — 98
Jesus of Nazareth, crucifixion of : cfg - 4 — 98
Moses, Israelites led from 'Egypt by : cfg - 4 — 98
Satan : cfg - 4 — 98
Theodore, Bishop of Mopsuestia : cfg - 4 — 98-9
Allah : cfg - 4 — 99
charity : cfg - 4 — 99
compassion, xvii : cfg - 4 — 99
fasting : cfg - 4 — 99
Islam, theology and traditions of : cfg - 4 — 99-102
monotheism : cfg - 4 — 99
Muhammad ibn Abdullah, Prophet : cfg - 4 — 99-101
Muslims : cfg - 4 — 99-102
pilgrimage : cfg - 4 — 99
prayer : cfg - 4 — 99
Qur'an : cfg - 4 — 99-101
Allah : cfg - 4 — 100
compassion, xvii : cfg - 4 — 100
creation : cfg - 4 — 100
God, attributes and concepts of : cfg - 4 — 100-1
human beings, subjugation of : cfg - 4 — 100
Isaac : cfg - 4 — 100
kindness : cfg - 4 — 100
peace : cfg - 4 — 100
People of the Book : cfg - 4 — 100-1
selfishness : cfg - 4 — 100
slavery : cfg - 4 — 100
Abraham : cfg - 4 — 101
Arabs : cfg - 4 — 101
gospels : cfg - 4 — 101
Ishmael : cfg - 4 — 101
Jacob : cfg - 4 — 101
Jesus of Nazareth : cfg - 4 — 101
jihad ideology : cfg - 4 — 101
Judaism : cfg - 4 — 101
Judaism, Prophets of : cfg - 4 — 101
kindness : cfg - 4 — 101
Moses : cfg - 4 — 101
nonviolence (ahimsa) : cfg - 4 — 101
Christianity, dogmatic questions and dispute in : cfg - 4 — 102
Judaism : cfg - 4 — 102
silence : cfg - 4 — 102-29
spirituality : cfg - 4 — 102
Baptism : cfg - 5 — 103
Christianity, as Jewish sect : cfg - 5 — 103
Christianity, conversion to : cfg - 5 — 103
Christianity, dogmatic questions and dispute in : cfg - 5 — 103-10
Christianity, Roman persecution of : cfg - 5 — 103
Christianity, sacraments of : cfg - 5 — 103
Christianity, theology and traditions of : cfg - 5 — 103-29
Constantine the Great, Emperor of Rome : cfg - 5 — 103
gentiles : cfg - 5 — 103
human beings, God's connection to : cfg - 5 — 103-4
Jesus of Nazareth, as Son of God : cfg - 5 — 103-4
Milvian. Bridge, Battle of : cfg - 5 — 103
pagans : cfg - 5 — 103
Roman Empire, Christian persecution in : cfg - 5 — 103
Roman Empire, pagan religion of : cfg - 5 — 103
Clement of Alexandria : cfg - 5 — 104
creation : cfg - 5 — 104-5
creation, ex nihilo (from nothing) : cfg - 5 — 104-5
death, life after : cfg - 5 — 104
Dionysus : cfg - 5 — 104
divinity, human connection with : cfg - 5 — 104
Greeks, philosophy of : cfg - 5 — 104
Holy Spirit : cfg - 5 — 104
idolatry : cfg - 5 — 104
meditation : cfg - 5 — 104
natural world : cfg - 5 — 104
natural world, philosophy based on : cfg - 5 — 104
Neoplatonism : cfg - 5 — 104
nothingness : cfg - 5 — 104
Origen : cfg - 5 — 104
philosophy, Greek : cfg - 5 — 104
Platonism : cfg - 5 — 104
Plotinus : cfg - 5 — 104
Socrates : cfg - 5 — 104
soul : cfg - 5 — 104
universe, creation of : cfg - 5 — 104-5
wisdom : cfg - 5 — 104
Aristotle : cfg - 5 — 105
energeiai ("energies"), divine : cfg - 5 — 105
evil : cfg - 5 — 105
God, attributes and concepts of : cfg - 5 — 105-11
Greeks, philosophy of : cfg - 5 — 105
Jesus of Nazareth : cfg - 5 — 105-6
monotheism : cfg - 5 — 105
Paul of Tarsus : cfg - 5 — 105
philosophy, Greek : cfg - 5 — 105
theism : cfg - 5 — 105
Alexander, Bishop of Alexandria : cfg - 5 — 106
Arius : cfg - 5 — 106-9
Athanasius : cfg - 5 — 106-9
Christianity, reason and : cfg - 5 — 106-10
creation, ex nihilo (from nothing) : cfg - 5 — 106
evangelists : cfg - 5 — 106
gospels : cfg - 5 — 106
Jesus of Nazareth, divinity of : cfg - 5 — 106
Jesus of Nazareth, Word incarnate : cfg - 5 — 106
John, gospel-of : cfg - 5 — 106
music : cfg - 5 — 106
perfection : cfg - 5 — 106
Proverbs, book of : cfg - 5 — 106
reason (logos), Christianity and : cfg - 5 — 106-10
wisdom : cfg - 5 — 106
Word : cfg - 5 — 106
Word, Jesus incarnation of : cfg - 5 — 106
Yahweh : cfg - 5 — 106
Christianity, liturgy of : cfg - 5 — 107
heresy : cfg - 5 — 107
Jesus of Nazareth, as Son of God : cfg - 5 — 107
Constantine the Great, Emperor of Rome : cfg - 5 — 108
Jesus of Nazareth, divinity of : cfg - 5 — 108-9
Jesus of Nazareth, Word incarnate : cfg - 5 — 108
Nicaea, Council of : cfg - 5 — 108-9
On the Incarnation (Athanasius) : cfg - 5 — 108
Word, Jesus incarnation of : cfg - 5 — 108
Adam : cfg - 5 — 109
Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury : cfg - 5 — 109
Christianity, Eastern : cfg - 5 — 109
Christianity, Orthodox : cfg - 5 — 109
human beings, God's connection to : cfg - 5 — 109-10
Jesus of Nazareth, Word incarnate : cfg - 5 — 109
Maximus the Confessor : cfg - 5 — 109
revelation : cfg - 5 — 109-10
sin : cfg - 5 — 109
Word, Jesus incarnation of : cfg - 5 — 109
Brahmodya competition : cfg - 5 — 110
Cynicism : cfg - 5 — 110
Egypt : cfg - 5 — 110-11
Epicureanism : cfg - 5 — 110
Evagrius of Pontus : cfg - 5 — 110-12
language, limitations of : cfg - 5 — 110
light : cfg - 5 — 110
Maximus the Confessor : cfg - 5 — 110
meditation : cfg - 5 — 110
monks, desert : cfg - 5 — 110-12
monks, ideals of : cfg - 5 — 110
Nicaea, Council of : cfg - 5 — 110
nothingness : cfg - 5 — 110
silence, spirituality and : cfg - 5 — 110
spiritual exercises : cfg - 5 — 110-12
spirituality : cfg - 5 — 110
spirituality, silence and : cfg - 5 — 110
Stoicism : cfg - 5 — 110
Brahman : cfg - 5 — 111
Christianity, conversion to : cfg - 5 — 111
Dao : cfg - 5 — 111
heart : cfg - 5 — 111
intellect : cfg - 5 — 111
meditation : cfg - 5 — 111-12
Nirvana : cfg - 5 — 111
Paul of Tarsus : cfg - 5 — 111
prayer : cfg - 5 — 111
Self (atman) : cfg - 5 — 111
Spirit : cfg - 5 — 111
Upanishads : cfg - 5 — 111
yoga : cfg - 5 — 111
Cappadocian fathers : cfg - 5 — 112-17
contemplation : cfg - 5 — 112
Gregory, Bishop of Nyssa : cfg - 5 — 112-14
kindness : cfg - 5 — 112
monks, ideals of : cfg - 5 — 112
mysticism : cfg - 5 — 112
religion, authentic experience of : cfg - 5 — 112
silence, spirituality and : cfg - 5 — 112
spirituality, silence and : cfg - 5 — 112
yoga : cfg - 5 — 112
Arius : cfg - 5 — 113
Christianity, dogmatic questions and dispute in : cfg - 5 — 113-18
contemplation : cfg - 5 — 113
God, attributes and concepts of : cfg - 5 — 113-27
Moses : cfg - 5 — 113
Mount Sinai : cfg - 5 — 113
soul : cfg - 5 — 113
transcendence, seeking of : cfg - 5 — 113
Basil, Bishop of Caesarea : cfg - 5 — 114
energeiai ("energies"), divine : cfg - 5 — 114-15
evangelists : cfg - 5 — 114
gospels : cfg - 5 — 114
Holy Spirit : cfg - 5 — 114-15
John, gospel-of : cfg - 5 — 114
nothingness : cfg - 5 — 114
Paul of Tarsus : cfg - 5 — 114
Philo : cfg - 5 — 114
Spirit : cfg - 5 — 114-15
Trinity : cfg - 5 — 114-19
universe, creation of : cfg - 5 — 114
Arius : cfg - 5 — 115
Basil, Bishop of Caesarea : cfg - 5 — 115
Christianity, Eastern : cfg - 5 — 115
Christianity, myth and : cfg - 5 — 115
Christianity, reason and : cfg - 5 — 115
cosmos : cfg - 5 — 115
Eastern Orthodox Church : cfg - 5 — 115
gods : cfg - 5 — 115
Gregory, Bishop of Nyssa : cfg - 5 — 115
Gregory of Nazianzus : cfg - 5 — 115
idolatry : cfg - 5 — 115
meditation : cfg - 5 — 115
myth (mythos), Christian : cfg - 5 — 115
myth (mythos), as program of action : cfg - 5 — 115
pagans : cfg - 5 — 115
personality : cfg - 5 — 115
reason (logos), Christianity and : cfg - 5 — 115
Self (atman) : cfg - 5 — 115
Basil, Bishop of Caesarea : cfg - 5 — 116
ecstasy (ekstasis) : cfg - 5 — 116-17
faith : cfg - 5 — 116
Gregory of Nazianzus : cfg - 5 — 116-17
language, limitations of : cfg - 5 — 116
Mysteries, Christian : cfg - 5 — 116
Abraham : cfg - 5 — 117
angels : cfg - 5 — 117
art : cfg - 5 — 117-18
Christianity, Orthodox : cfg - 5 — 117
compassion, xvii : cfg - 5 — 117
Eucharist : cfg - 5 — 117
Genesis, book of : cfg - 5 — 117
meditation : cfg - 5 — 117
Old Testament, see Hebrew Bible Old Testament Trinity, The (Rublev) : cfg - 5 — 117-18
religion, connection of art and : cfg - 5 — 117-18
Rublev, Alexander : cfg - 5 — 117-18
Ambrose, Bishop of Milan : cfg - 5 — 118-119
Augustine, Bishop of Hippo : cfg - 5 — 118-23
Bible : cfg - 5 — 118
Brahman : cfg - 5 — 118
Christianity, conversion to : cfg - 5 — 118-19
Dao : cfg - 5 — 118
Jesus of Nazareth, as Son of God : cfg - 5 — 118
Manichaeism : cfg - 5 — 118
materialism : cfg - 5 — 118
New Testament : cfg - 5 — 118
Nirvana : cfg - 5 — 118
nothingness : cfg - 5 — 118
Paul of Tarsus : cfg - 5 — 118-19
philosophy : cfg - 5 — 118
Upanishads : cfg - 5 — 118
Word : cfg - 5 — 118
beauty : cfg - 5 — 119
Confessions (Augustine) : cfg - 5 — 119
God, as unknowable : cfg - 5 — 119
light : cfg - 5 — 119
love : cfg - 5 — 119
On the Trinity (Augustine) : cfg - 5 — 119
Protestantism : cfg - 5 — 119
Roman Catholic Church : cfg - 5 — 119
Christianity, conversion to : cfg - 5 — 120
intellect : cfg - 5 — 120-1
Platonism : cfg - 5 — 120-1
reason (logos) : cfg - 5 — 120
Trinity : cfg - 5 — 120-1
Alaric : cfg - 5 — 121
Dark Ages : cfg - 5 — 121-2
love : cfg - 5 — 121
monasteries, European culture preserved in : cfg - 5 — 121-2
Roman Empire, decline of : cfg - 5 — 121-2
Rome, destruction of : cfg - 5 — 121
Spirit : cfg - 5 — 121
Visigoths : cfg - 5 — 121
Adam : cfg - 5 — 122
Augustine, Bishop of Hippo : cfg - 5 — 122
Bible, literal interpretation of : cfg - 5 — 122
Eve : cfg - 5 — 122
fear : cfg - 5 — 122
Genesis, book of : cfg - 5 — 122
God, modern : cfg - 5 — 122
Judaism, theology and traditions of : cfg - 5 — 122
Original Sin : cfg - 5 — 122
Psalms : cfg - 5 — 122
religion, modern : cfg - 5 — 122
revelation : cfg - 5 — 122
Rome, destruction of : cfg - 5 — 122
salvation : cfg - 5 — 122
sex, joy of : cfg - 5 — 122
sex, linking of sin and : cfg - 5 — 122
sin : cfg - 5 — 122
Vandals : cfg - 5 — 122
water : cfg - 5 — 122
women : cfg - 5 — 122
Bible, allegorical reading of : cfg - 5 — 123
charity : cfg - 5 — 123
Christianity, conversion to : cfg - 5 — 123
creation : cfg - 5 — 123
Denys the Areopagite : cfg - 5 — 123-9
Eleusinian Mysteries : cfg - 5 — 123
Greeks, gods, myths, and religion of : cfg - 5 — 123
hatred : cfg - 5 — 123
Justinian, Emperor of Rome : cfg - 5 — 123
love : cfg - 5 — 123
Mysteries, Greek : cfg - 5 — 123
Neoplatonism : cfg - 5 — 123
Paul of Tarsus : cfg - 5 — 123
Plotinus : cfg - 5 — 123
silence, spirituality and : cfg - 5 — 123
spirituality, silence and : cfg - 5 — 123
Bible : cfg - 5 — 124-5
Divine Names, The (Denys) : cfg - 5 — 124
Genesis, book of : cfg - 5 — 124-5
God, as unknowable : cfg - 5 — 124
language, limitations of : cfg - 5 — 124
Trinity : cfg - 5 — 124
anger : cfg - 5 — 125
Brahmodya competition : cfg - 5 — 125
Christianity, liturgy of : cfg - 5 — 125
dialectic : cfg - 5 — 125-6
language, limitations of : cfg - 5 — 125
Mass, liturgy of : cfg - 5 — 125
spiritual exercises : cfg - 5 — 125-6
Eleusinian Mysteries : cfg - 5 — 126
language, limitations of : cfg - 5 — 126
Moses : cfg - 5 — 126-7
Mysteries, Greek : cfg - 5 — 126
self-forgetfulness (kenosis) : cfg - 5 — 126
Baptism : cfg - 5 — 127
Christianity, sacraments of : cfg - 5 — 127
ecstasy (ekstasis), self-forgetfulnes in : cfg - 5 — 127
Eucharist : cfg - 5 — 127
Mount Sinai : cfg - 5 — 127
Mystical Theology (Denys) : cfg - 5 — 127
truth, quest for : cfg - 5 — 127
beauty : cfg - 5 — 128
Cappadocian fathers : cfg - 5 — 128
Charles the Bald, King of the West Franks : cfg - 5 — 128
Christianity, Eastern : cfg - 5 — 128
Christianity, liturgy of : cfg - 5 — 128
Christianity, Orthodox : cfg - 5 — 128
Eleusinian Mysteries : cfg - 5 — 128
Erigena, John Scotus : cfg - 5 — 128
Greek Orthodox Church : cfg - 5 — 128
Gregory, Bishop of Nyssa : cfg - 5 — 128
Hierotheus, Bishop : cfg - 5 — 128
hymns : cfg - 5 — 128
Justinian, Emperor of Rome : cfg - 5 — 128
Maximus the Confessor : cfg - 5 — 128
music, sacred : cfg - 5 — 128
Mysteries, Greek : cfg - 5 — 128
prayer : cfg - 5 — 128
Rome, destruction of : cfg - 5 — 128
Mass : cfg - 5 — 129
religion, truth and : cfg - 5 — 129
science, truth and : cfg - 5 — 129
truth, religious : cfg - 5 — 129
truth, scientific : cfg - 5 — 129
Benedictine monks : cfg - 6 — 130
charity : cfg - 6 — 130
Dark Ages : cfg - 6 — 130
faith, reason and : cfg - 6 — 130-58
Greek Orthodox Church : cfg - 6 — 130-1
Mass, liturgy of : cfg - 6 — 130
monks : cfg - 6 — 130-1
monks, ideals of : cfg - 6 — 130
nonviolence (ahimsa) : cfg - 6 — 130
pilgrimage : cfg - 6 — 130
reason (logos), faith and : cfg - 6 — 130-58
Roman Catholic Church, religious orders in : cfg - 6 — 130
Rome, destruction of : cfg - 6 — 130
Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury : cfg - 6 — 131-5
Augustine, Bishop of Hippo : cfg - 6 — 131
God, as unknowable : cfg - 6 — 131-2
God, attributes and concepts of : cfg - 6 — 131-9
intellect : cfg - 6 — 131
Islam : cfg - 6 — 131
love : cfg - 6 — 131
monasteries : cfg - 6 — 131
poetry : cfg - 6 — 131-2
Proslogion (Anselm) : cfg - 6 — 131-2
William II "Rufus," King of England : cfg - 6 — 131
Augustine, Bishop of Hippo : cfg - 6 — 132
Denys the Areopagite : cfg - 6 — 132
God, "proofs" for existence of : cfg - 6 — 132
heart : cfg - 6 — 132
love : cfg - 6 — 132
Platonism : cfg - 6 — 132-3
prayer, as worship : cfg - 6 — 132
atheism : cfg - 6 — 133
monks, reading and study of : cfg - 6 — 133-4
Eadmer of Canterbury : cfg - 6 — 134-5
God, "proofs" for existence of : cfg - 6 — 134
meditation : cfg - 6 — 134
Prayers and Meditations (Anselm) : cfg - 6 — 134
soul : cfg - 6 — 134
Aristotle : cfg - 6 — 135
astronomy : cfg - 6 — 135
concentration : cfg - 6 — 135
creation, ex nihilo (from nothing) : cfg - 6 — 135
Farabi, Abu Nasr al- : cfg - 6 — 135
God, "proofs" for existence of : cfg - 6 — 135
Greeks, philosophy of : cfg - 6 — 135
Islam, theology and traditions of : cfg - 6 — 135-8
Kindi, Yaqub ibn Ishaq al- : cfg - 6 — 135
mathematics : cfg - 6 — 135
medicine : cfg - 6 — 135
metaphysics : cfg - 6 — 135
Muslims : cfg - 6 — 135-8
Muslims, cultural flowering of : cfg - 6 — 135-7
Muslims, philosophic tradition of : cfg - 6 — 135-9
Muslims, "proofs" of God's existence devised by : cfg - 6 — 135-7
mysticism, Islamic : cfg - 6 — 135-9
philosophy, Greek : cfg - 6 — 135
philosophy, Muslim : cfg - 6 — 135-9
Plato : cfg - 6 — 135
Plotinus : cfg - 6 — 135
Proslogion (Anselm) : cfg - 6 — 135
Qur'an : cfg - 6 — 135
Razi, Muhammad ibn Zakaria ar- : cfg - 6 — 135
religion, science and : cfg - 6 — 135
science, Greek : cfg - 6 — 135
science, religion and : cfg - 6 — 135
spiritual exercises : cfg - 6 — 135
yoga : cfg - 6 — 135
Allah : cfg - 6 — 136
Avicenna (Abu Ali ibn Sina) : cfg - 6 — 136-7
Denys the Areopagite : cfg - 6 — 136
dialectic : cfg - 6 — 136
gods, anthropomorphic : cfg - 6 — 136
Greeks, gods, myths, and religion of : cfg - 6 — 136
idolatry : cfg - 6 — 136
Islam, Ismaili sect of : cfg - 6 — 136
Kindi, Yaqub ibn Ishaq al- : cfg - 6 — 136
ritual, sacrificial : cfg - 6 — 136
sacrifice : cfg - 6 — 136
Sijistani, Abu Yaqub al- : cfg - 6 — 136
Sky Gods : cfg - 6 — 136
superstition : cfg - 6 — 136
Allah : cfg - 6 — 137
charity : cfg - 6 — 137
consciousness : cfg - 6 — 137
contemplation : cfg - 6 — 137
Farabi, Abu Nasr al- : cfg - 6 — 137
Ghazzali, Abu Hamid al- : cfg - 6 — 137-8
Incoherence of the Philosophers, The (al-Ghazzali) : cfg - 6 — 137
Islam, law of : cfg - 6 — 137-8
Muslims, law of : cfg - 6 — 137-8
anger : cfg - 6 — 138
Arabi, Muid ad-Din ibn al- : cfg - 6 — 138
Aristotle : cfg - 6 — 138
Buddhism : cfg - 6 — 138
Epicureanism : cfg - 6 — 138
God, presence of : cfg - 6 — 138
gods, anthropomorphic : cfg - 6 — 138
heart : cfg - 6 — 138
Jainism : cfg - 6 — 138
Jews, philosophical movements of : cfg - 6 — 138-9
Joseph, Saadia ibn : cfg - 6 — 138
Judaism, metaphysical dimension of : cfg - 6 — 138-9
Maimonides : cfg - 6 — 138-9
Muhammad ibn Abdullah, Prophet : cfg - 6 — 138
mysticism, Jewish : cfg - 6 — 138-9
nonviolence (ahimsa) : cfg - 6 — 138
Rumi, Jalal ad-Din : cfg - 6 — 138
spirituality : cfg - 6 — 138
Stoicism : cfg - 6 — 138
Sufis : cfg - 6 — 138-9
Suhrawardi, Yahya : cfg - 6 — 138
Abulafia, Abraham : cfg - 6 — 139
Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury : cfg - 6 — 139
Crusades : cfg - 6 — 139-40
Gikatilla, Joseph : cfg - 6 — 139
God, as unknowable : cfg - 6 — 139
Guide to the Perplexed (Maimonides) : cfg - 6 — 139
idolatry : cfg - 6 — 139
Islam, Crusades against : cfg - 6 — 139-40
Islam, Western relations with : cfg - 6 — 139-40
Jerusalem, Crusaders' capture of : cfg - 6 — 139
Kabbalah : cfg - 6 — 139
Latif, Isaac de : cfg - 6 — 139
Leon, Moses de : cfg - 6 — 139
silence, spirituality and : cfg - 6 — 139
Spain : cfg - 6 — 139
spirituality, silence and : cfg - 6 — 139
Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury : cfg - 6 — 140
anti-Semitism : cfg - 6 — 140
Aristotle : cfg - 6 — 140
Egypt : cfg - 6 — 140
Franciscan friars : cfg - 6 — 140
Francis of Assisi : cfg - 6 — 140
Greeks, philosophy of : cfg - 6 — 140
Greeks, rationalism of : cfg - 6 — 140
Jesus of Nazareth, imitation of : cfg - 6 — 140
Jews, philosophical movements of : cfg - 6 — 140
monks, ideals of : cfg - 6 — 140
Muslims, philosophic tradition of : cfg - 6 — 140
philosophy, Greek : cfg - 6 — 140
philosophy, Muslim : cfg - 6 — 140
pilgrimage : cfg - 6 — 140
poverty : cfg - 6 — 140
rationalism, Greek : cfg - 6 — 140
Roman Catholic Church, religious orders in : cfg - 6 — 140-1
Rome, destruction of : cfg - 6 — 140
science, Greek : cfg - 6 — 140
silence, spirituality and : cfg - 6 — 140-1
Spain : cfg - 6 — 140
spirituality, silence and : cfg - 6 — 140-1
Albert the Great : cfg - 6 — 141
Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury : cfg - 6 — 141
Arabs : cfg - 6 — 141
Aristotelianism : cfg - 6 — 141
Aristotle, science and rationalism of : cfg - 6 — 141
Athanasius : cfg - 6 — 141
Augustine, Bishop of Hippo : cfg - 6 — 141
Being : cfg - 6 — 141
Cappadocian fathers : cfg - 6 — 141
Christianity, Eastern : cfg - 6 — 141
Christianity, Orthodox : cfg - 6 — 141
Christianity, theology and traditions of : cfg - 6 — 141-58
contemplation : cfg - 6 — 141
Crusades : cfg - 6 — 141
Denys the Areopagite : cfg - 6 — 141
Dominican friars : cfg - 6 — 141
Franciscan friars : cfg - 6 — 141
God, attributes and concepts of : cfg - 6 — 141-5
Greeks, rationalism of : cfg - 6 — 141
intellect : cfg - 6 — 141
Islam, Crusades against : cfg - 6 — 141
Jews, philosophical movements of : cfg - 6 — 141
Maimonides : cfg - 6 — 141
Maximus the Confessor : cfg - 6 — 141
metaphysics : cfg - 6 — 141
monks, ideals of : cfg - 6 — 141
Muslims, philosophic tradition of : cfg - 6 — 141
Naples, University of : cfg - 6 — 141
philosophy, Muslim : cfg - 6 — 141
poverty : cfg - 6 — 141
rationalism, Greek : cfg - 6 — 141
Thomas Aquinas : cfg - 6 — 141-6
atheism "new" : cfg - 6 — 142
Denys the Areopagite : cfg - 6 — 142
fundamentalism, new atheists attack on : cfg - 6 — 142
God, as unknowable : cfg - 6 — 142
God, "proofs" for existence of : cfg - 6 — 142-6
idolatry : cfg - 6 — 142
Jesus of Nazareth, ascension of : cfg - 6 — 142
language, limitations of : cfg - 6 — 142
metaphysics : cfg - 6 — 142
Paul of Tarsus : cfg - 6 — 142
rationalism : cfg - 6 — 142
revelation : cfg - 6 — 142
Summa Theologiae (Thomas Aquinas) : cfg - 6 — 142-6
Thomas Aquinas, five "proofs" for the existence of God by : cfg - 6 — 142-6
transcendence : cfg - 6 — 142
Word : cfg - 6 — 142
Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury : cfg - 6 — 143
Aristotle : cfg - 6 — 143-4
Avicenna (Abu Ali ibn Sina) : cfg - 6 — 143-4
First Cause, r : cfg - 6 — 143
Augustine, Bishop of Hippo : cfg - 6 — 145
intellect : cfg - 6 — 145
language, limitations of : cfg - 6 — 145
mystery : cfg - 6 — 145
Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury : cfg - 6 — 146
belief : cfg - 6 — 146
Bonaventure, John of Fidanza : cfg - 6 — 146-9
Denys the Areopagite : cfg - 6 — 146
Franciscan friars : cfg - 6 — 146-51
Francis of Assisi : cfg - 6 — 146
monks, ideals of : cfg - 6 — 146
poverty : cfg - 6 — 146
Roman Catholic Church, religious orders in : cfg - 6 — 146
Augustine, Bishop of Hippo : cfg - 6 — 147
Being : cfg - 6 — 147-8
Denys the Areopagite : cfg - 6 — 147
Journey of the Mind to God, The (Bonaventure) : cfg - 6 — 147
science, natural : cfg - 6 — 147
Thomas Aquinas : cfg - 6 — 147
Cappadocian fathers : cfg - 6 — 148
God, presence of : cfg - 6 — 148
Jesus of Nazareth, Word incarnate : cfg - 6 — 148
Journey of the Mind to God, The (Bonaventure) : cfg - 6 — 148-9
language, limitations of : cfg - 6 — 148
Trinity : cfg - 6 — 148
Word, Jesus incarnation of : cfg - 6 — 148
Oxford University : cfg - 6 — 149
Scotus, John Duns : cfg - 6 — 149-51
theology, natural : cfg - 6 — 149-50
Aristotelianism : cfg - 6 — 150-1
Aristotle, science and rationalism of : cfg - 6 — 150-1
France : cfg - 6 — 150
Greeks, rationalism of : cfg - 6 — 150-1
Ockham, William of : cfg - 6 — 150-2
physics : cfg - 6 — 150
rationalism, Greek : cfg - 6 — 150-1
Roman Catholic Church, 1277 Condemnations by : cfg - 6 — 150-1
angels : cfg - 6 — 151
Oresme, Nicolas : cfg - 6 — 151-2
Augustine, Bishop of Hippo : cfg - 6 — 152
Bonaventure, John of Fidanza : cfg - 6 — 152
Cappadocian fathers : cfg - 6 — 152
Catherine of Siena : cfg - 6 — 152
Denys the Areopagite : cfg - 6 — 152
Fire of Love, The (Rolle) : cfg - 6 — 152-3
Gerson, Jean de, : : cfg - 6 — 152
intellect : cfg - 6 — 152
John of the Cross : cfg - 6 — 152
Julian of Norwich : cfg - 6 — 152
KempeäMargery : cfg - 6 — 152
mysticism, Roman Catholic : cfg - 6 — 152-4
prayer, as worship : cfg - 6 — 152-3
Rolle, Richard : cfg - 6 — 152-4
Ruysbroek, Jan van : cfg - 6 — 152
Scotus, John Duns : cfg - 6 — 152
spirituality, theology vs. : cfg - 6 — 152-8
Suso, Henry : cfg - 6 — 152
Tauler, Johannes : cfg - 6 — 152
Teresa of Avila : cfg - 6 — 152
theology, spirituality vs. : cfg - 6 — 152-8
Thomas Aquinas : cfg - 6 — 152
Catherine of Siena : cfg - 6 — 153-4
ecstasy (ekstasis) : cfg - 6 — 153-4
zen : cfg - 6 — 153
Dominican friars : cfg - 6 — 154-5
Eckhart, Meister : cfg - 6 — 154-5
intellect : cfg - 6 — 154
Roman Catholic Church, religious orders in : cfg - 6 — 154-5
self-forgetfulness (kenosis) : cfg - 6 — 154-5
Denys the Areopagite : cfg - 6 — 155-6
Julian of Norwich : cfg - 6 — 155-6
Platonism : cfg - 6 — 155
Cloud of Unknowing, The (anonymous) : cfg - 6 — 156-8
Eckhart, Meister : cfg - 6 — 156
Mystical Theology (Denys) : cfg - 6 — 156
prayer : cfg - 6 — 156
Rolle, Richard : cfg - 6 — 156
Trinity : cfg - 6 — 156
Virgin Mary : cfg - 6 — 156
mysticism, Roman Catholic : cfg - 6 — 157-8
Denys the Carthusian : cfg - 6 — 158
idolatry : cfg - 6 — 158
monks : cfg - 6 — 158
Ockham, William of : cfg - 6 — 158
Scotus, John Duns : cfg - 6 — 158
spirituality : cfg - 6 — 158
universe, see also cosmos; Earth; planets; stars unknowing; : cfg - 6 — 158
God, modern : cfg - 6 — 159-317
religion, modern : cfg - 6 — 159-317
astronomy : cfg - 7 — 161
Baptism : cfg - 7 — 161-2
Christianity, conversion to : cfg - 7 — 161-3
Christianity, sacraments of : cfg - 7 — 161-2
Columbus, Christopher : cfg - 7 — 161
Edict of Expulsion : cfg - 7 — 161-2
exploration : cfg - 7 — 161
Ferdinand II, King of Castile : cfg - 7 — 161-2
Isabella I, Queen of Castile : cfg - 7 — 161-2
Jerusalem : cfg - 7 — 161
Jews, Diaspora of : cfg - 7 — 161-5
Jews, forced conversion of : cfg - 7 — 161-3
Judaism, metaphysical dimension of : cfg - 7 — 161
Kabbalah : cfg - 7 — 161
mysticism, Jewish : cfg - 7 — 161
religion, science and : cfg - 7 — 161-210
Roman Catholic Church, forced conversion to : cfg - 7 — 161-3
science, religion and : cfg - 7 — 161-210
Spain : cfg - 7 — 161-2
heresy : cfg - 7 — 162
Jews, Spanish and Portuguese : cfg - 7 — 162-3
Joao II, King of Portugal : cfg - 7 — 162
Judaism, laws of : cfg - 7 — 162
Judaism, secret practice of : cfg - 7 — 162-3
Judaism, theology and traditions of : cfg - 7 — 162
Manuel I, King of Portugal : cfg - 7 — 162
Marranos : cfg - 7 — 162-3
Muslims, forced conversion of : cfg - 7 — 162
Ottoman Empire : cfg - 7 — 162-5
Spanish Inquisition : cfg - 7 — 162
creation stories : cfg - 7 — 163-4
First Cause, r : cfg - 7 — 163
Genesis, book of : cfg - 7 — 163
God, as unknowable : cfg - 7 — 163-4
Judaism, metaphysical dimension of : cfg - 7 — 163-4
Judaism, theology and traditions of : cfg - 7 — 163
Kabbalah : cfg - 7 — 163-4
Luria, Isaac : cfg - 7 — 163-4
mysticism, Jewish : cfg - 7 — 163-4
natural world, laws of : cfg - 7 — 163
Roman Catholic Church, education and parish organization in : cfg - 7 — 163
self-forgetfulness (kenosis) : cfg - 7 — 163
synagogues : cfg - 7 — 163
Torah : cfg - 7 — 163
compassion, xvii : cfg - 7 — 164
concentration : cfg - 7 — 164
Israel, as Promised Land : cfg - 7 — 164
Jews, philosophical movements of : cfg - 7 — 164
Shekhinah (divine presence) : cfg - 7 — 164
Torah : cfg - 7 — 164
Columbus, Christopher : cfg - 7 — 165
economics : cfg - 7 — 165
exploration : cfg - 7 — 165
science, invention and discovery in : cfg - 7 — 165-6
Spain : cfg - 7 — 165
technology : cfg - 7 — 165
capitalism : cfg - 7 — 166
Christianity, fragmentation of : cfg - 7 — 166-76
economics : cfg - 7 — 166
Erasmus, Desiderius : cfg - 7 — 166-7
exploration : cfg - 7 — 166
Ferdinand II, King of Castile : cfg - 7 — 166
Francis I, King of France : cfg - 7 — 166
Great Western Transformation : cfg - 7 — 166
Henry VII, King of England : cfg - 7 — 166
humanism : cfg - 7 — 166-9
Isabella I, Queen of Castile : cfg - 7 — 166
Protestant Reformation : cfg - 7 — 166
religion, Renaissance : cfg - 7 — 166-75
Renaissance : cfg - 7 — 166-208
science, Renaissance : cfg - 7 — 166-7
science, seventeenth-century revolution in : cfg - 7 — 166
secularism : cfg - 7 — 166
Spain : cfg - 7 — 166
art : cfg - 7 — 167
Augustine, Bishop of Hippo : cfg - 7 — 167
Bible, translations of : cfg - 7 — 167
dialectic : cfg - 7 — 167
exploration : cfg - 7 — 167-8
gospels : cfg - 7 — 167
Paul of Tarsus : cfg - 7 — 167
Petrarch, Francesco : cfg - 7 — 167
Valla, Lorenzo : cfg - 7 — 167
Vesalius, Andreas : cfg - 7 — 167
Aristotle, science and rationalism of : cfg - 7 — 168
Calvin, John : cfg - 7 — 168-9
Luther, Martin : cfg - 7 — 168-71
Manetti, Gionozo : cfg - 7 — 168
Ockham, William of : cfg - 7 — 168
Protestant Reformation : cfg - 7 — 168-73
Roman Empire : cfg - 7 — 168
Scotus, John Duns : cfg - 7 — 168
Zwingli, Huldrych : cfg - 7 — 168-9
capitalism : cfg - 7 — 169
Great Western Transformation : cfg - 7 — 169
monks : cfg - 7 — 169-70
Roman Catholic Church, corruption in : cfg - 7 — 169
Calvin, John : cfg - 7 — 170
death, fear of : cfg - 7 — 170
disease : cfg - 7 — 170-1
faith, justification by : cfg - 7 — 170
fear : cfg - 7 — 170
myth (mythos) : cfg - 7 — 170
Paul of Tarsus : cfg - 7 — 170
science, Renaissance : cfg - 7 — 170
science, seventeenth-century revolution in : cfg - 7 — 170
Zwingli, Huldrych : cfg - 7 — 170-1
blasphemy, xvi : cfg - 7 — 171
cosmos : cfg - 7 — 171
faith, justification by : cfg - 7 — 171
fear : cfg - 7 — 171
hymns : cfg - 7 — 171
Lutheranism : cfg - 7 — 171
music, sacred : cfg - 7 — 171-2
Ockham, William of : cfg - 7 — 171
printing press : cfg - 7 — 171
Protestantism, reliance on scripture alone in : cfg - 7 — 171
ritual, discrediting of : cfg - 7 — 171
science, invention and discovery in : cfg - 7 — 171
Scotus, John Duns : cfg - 7 — 171
Calvinism : cfg - 7 — 172
Christianity, sacraments of : cfg - 7 — 172
Eucharist : cfg - 7 — 172
Mass : cfg - 7 — 172
Mass, as reenactment of life and death of Jesus : cfg - 7 — 172
printing press : cfg - 7 — 172
Roman Catholic Church, reduced influence of : cfg - 7 — 172-3
Roman Catholic Church, reform of : cfg - 7 — 172-5
science, criteria of : cfg - 7 — 172
belief : cfg - 7 — 173
Bible : cfg - 7 — 173
"bricolage," : cfg - 7 — 173
Calvinism : cfg - 7 — 173
Luther, Martin : cfg - 7 — 173
Lutheranism : cfg - 7 — 173
preachers : cfg - 7 — 173
printing press : cfg - 7 — 173
Protestantism, reliance on scripture alone in : cfg - 7 — 173
Roman Catholic Church, catechism of : cfg - 7 — 173-4
Roman Catholic Church, hierarchy of : cfg - 7 — 173-4
Spain : cfg - 7 — 173-4
Trent, Council of : cfg - 7 — 173-4
Zwingli, Huldrych : cfg - 7 — 173
belief : cfg - 7 — 174
Calvin, John : cfg - 7 — 174
energeiai ("energies"), divine : cfg - 7 — 174
exploration : cfg - 7 — 174
Hebrew Bible : cfg - 7 — 174
heresy : cfg - 7 — 174
Ignatius of Loyola : cfg - 7 — 174
John of the Cross : cfg - 7 — 174
Luther, Martin : cfg - 7 — 174
missionaries : cfg - 7 — 174
mysticism, Roman Catholic : cfg - 7 — 174
Protestantism, reliance on scripture alone in : cfg - 7 — 174
Protestant Reformation : cfg - 7 — 174-5
Roman Catholic Church, education and parish organization in : cfg - 7 — 174
Roman Catholic Church, religious orders in : cfg - 7 — 174
Society of Jesus : cfg - 7 — 174
Spanish Inquisition : cfg - 7 — 174
Spiritual Exercises (Ignatius of Loyola) : cfg - 7 — 174
superstition : cfg - 7 — 174
Teresa of Avila : cfg - 7 — 174
women : cfg - 7 — 174
Zwingli, Huldrych : cfg - 7 — 174
"Apology of Raymond Sebond" (Montaigne) : cfg - 7 — 175
evil : cfg - 7 — 175
Hamlet (Shakespeare) : cfg - 7 — 175
knowledge, limits of : cfg - 7 — 175
Montaigne, Michel-de : cfg - 7 — 175-6
nationalism : cfg - 7 — 175
natural world, study of : cfg - 7 — 175
Othello (Shakespeare) : cfg - 7 — 175
personality : cfg - 7 — 175
philosophy, Renaissance : cfg - 7 — 175-6
Sebond, Raymond : cfg - 7 — 175
secularism : cfg - 7 — 175
Shakespeare, William : cfg - 7 — 175
Aristotelianism : cfg - 7 — 176
astronomy : cfg - 7 — 176-87
Copernicus, Nicolaus : cfg - 7 — 176
cosmology : cfg - 7 — 176
Earth : cfg - 7 — 176-8
humanism : cfg - 7 — 176
mathematics : cfg - 7 — 176
medicine : cfg - 7 — 176
moon, Io-I I : cfg - 7 — 176
physics : cfg - 7 — 176
planets : cfg - 7 — 176-81
Ptolemy : cfg - 7 — 176-7
reason (logos), limitations of : cfg - 7 — 176
revolutionibuc, De (Copernicus) : cfg - 7 — 176
Rome : cfg - 7 — 176
science, Renaissance : cfg - 7 — 176-87
stars : cfg - 7 — 176-7
sun : cfg - 7 — 176-81
universe, heliocentric vs. geocentric theories of : cfg - 7 — 176-87
Aristarchus of Samos : cfg - 7 — 177
Copernicus, Nicolaus : cfg - 7 — 177-81
mathematics : cfg - 7 — 177-8
moon, Io-I I : cfg - 7 — 177
naturalists (phusikoi) : cfg - 7 — 177-8
natural world, philosophy based on : cfg - 7 — 177-8
perfection : cfg - 7 — 177
Philolaus : cfg - 7 — 177
Pythagoras : cfg - 7 — 177
science, Greek : cfg - 7 — 177
Aristotelianism : cfg - 7 — 178
Augustine, Bishop of Hippo : cfg - 7 — 178
Osiander, Andreas : cfg - 7 — 178
physics : cfg - 7 — 178
Ptolemy : cfg - 7 — 178
revolutionibuc, De (Copernicus) : cfg - 7 — 178
Brahe, Tycho : cfg - 7 — 179
Bruno, Giordano : cfg - 7 — 179-80
Calvin, John : cfg - 7 — 179
Dominican friars : cfg - 7 — 179-80
Genesis, book of : cfg - 7 — 179
Gilbert, William : cfg - 7 — 179
Luther, Martin : cfg - 7 — 179
Melanchthon, Philipp : cfg - 7 — 179
moon, Io-I I : cfg - 7 — 179
Moses : cfg - 7 — 179
physics : cfg - 7 — 179
Ptolemy : cfg - 7 — 179
spiritual exercises : cfg - 7 — 179-80
stars : cfg - 7 — 179
Table Talk (Luther) : cfg - 7 — 179
Brahe, Tycho : cfg - 7 — 180
Gilbert, William : cfg - 7 — 180
Kepler, Johannes : cfg - 7 — 180-1
mathematics : cfg - 7 — 180-1
Mysterium cosmographicum (Kepler) : cfg - 7 — 180
geometry, . : cfg - 7 — 181
John of the Cross : cfg - 7 — 181-2
Trinity : cfg - 7 — 181
Word : cfg - 7 — 181
Aristotelianism : cfg - 7 — 182
Aristotle, science and rationalism of : cfg - 7 — 182
Bruno, Giordano : cfg - 7 — 182
Campanella, Tommaso : cfg - 7 — 182
Copernicus, Nicolaus : cfg - 7 — 182-3
Dominican friars : cfg - 7 — 182
Galilei, Galileo : cfg - 7 — 182-7
heresy : cfg - 7 — 182
Index of Prohibited Books : cfg - 7 — 182
Kepler, Johannes : cfg - 7 — 182
Original Sin : cfg - 7 — 182
Patrizi, Francesco : cfg - 7 — 182
Paul IV, Pope : cfg - 7 — 182
Pius V, Pope : cfg - 7 — 182
Platonism : cfg - 7 — 182
Protestant Reformation : cfg - 7 — 182
Pucci, Francesco : cfg - 7 — 182
Roman Catholic Church, hierarchy of : cfg - 7 — 182
Telesio, Bernardino : cfg - 7 — 182
Thomas Aquinas : cfg - 7 — 182
Aristotle, science and rationalism of : cfg - 7 — 183
Cesi, Prince Federico : cfg - 7 — 183
mathematics : cfg - 7 — 183
moon, Io-I I : cfg - 7 — 183
planets : cfg - 7 — 183
Roman Catholic Church, hierarchy of : cfg - 7 — 183
Roman Catholic Church, post-Tridentine : cfg - 7 — 183
Rome : cfg - 7 — 183-7
science, invention and discovery in : cfg - 7 — 183-7
Sidereal Messenger, The (Galileo) : cfg - 7 — 183
Society of Jesus : cfg - 7 — 183
Letter to the Grand-Duchess Christina" (Galileo) : cfg - 7 — 184
Aristotle, science and rationalism of : cfg - 7 — 185
Bellarmine, Robert, Cardinal : cfg - 7 — 185-6
Bruno, Giordano : cfg - 7 — 185
Foscarini, Paolo : cfg - 7 — 185
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Thomas Aquinas : cfg - 7 — 185
Barberini, Maffeo, Pope Urban VIII : cfg - 7 — 186
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Foscarini, Paolo : cfg - 7 — 186
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Bacon, Francis : cfg - 7 — 187
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faith : cfg - 7 — 187
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spirituality, silence and : cfg - 7 — 187
Thomas Aquinas : cfg - 7 — 187
truth : cfg - 7 — 187
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Costa, Uriel da : cfg - 7 — 188
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Torah : cfg - 7 — 188
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Donne, John : cfg - 8 — 190-2
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Holy Roman Empire : cfg - 8 — 191
Kennedy, John F. : cfg - 8 — 191
Lessius, Leonard : cfg - 8 — 191-2
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Rome : cfg - 8 — 191
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Thirty Years' War : cfg - 8 — 191
Thomas Aquinas : cfg - 8 — 191
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atoms : cfg - 8 — 192-3
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Cardano, Geronimo : cfg - 8 — 192
Charron, Pierre : cfg - 8 — 192
Copernicus, Nicolaus : cfg - 8 — 192
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Democritus : cfg - 8 — 192
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Epicurus : cfg - 8 — 192
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Galilei, Galileo : cfg - 8 — 192
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Lucretius : cfg - 8 — 192
Mersenne, Marin : cfg - 8 — 192-3
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priests, Roman Catholic : cfg - 8 — 192-3
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Berulle, Pierre de, Cardinal : cfg - 8 — 193
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Democritus : cfg - 8 — 193
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Galilei, Galileo : cfg - 8 — 193
Henry IV, King of France : cfg - 8 — 193
Lessius, Leonard : cfg - 8 — 193
Montaigne, Michel-de : cfg - 8 — 193
Thomas Aquinas : cfg - 8 — 193
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Maurice, Count of Nassau : cfg - 8 — 194
Maximilian I, King of Bavaria : cfg - 8 — 194
Montaigne, Michel-de : cfg - 8 — 194
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Thirty Years' War : cfg - 8 — 194
Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury : cfg - 8 — 195
Montaigne, Michel-de : cfg - 8 — 195
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thought : cfg - 8 — 195-6
Universal Mathematics : cfg - 8 — 195
Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury : cfg - 8 — 196
Being : cfg - 8 — 196
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Pythagoras : cfg - 8 — 196
Thomas Aquinas : cfg - 8 — 196
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Mersenne, Marin : cfg - 8 — 197
pilgrimage : cfg - 8 — 197
Euclid : cfg - 8 — 198
idolatry : cfg - 8 — 198
Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm : cfg - 8 — 198
Locke, John : cfg - 8 — 198
Pascal, Blaise : cfg - 8 — 198-9
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Abraham : cfg - 8 — 199
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Euclid : cfg - 8 — 199
geometry, . : cfg - 8 — 199
Isaac : cfg - 8 — 199
Jacob : cfg - 8 — 199
Locke, John : cfg - 8 — 199
"Memorial" (Pascal) : cfg - 8 — 199
Prado, Juan da : cfg - 8 — 199
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Spinoza, Baruch : cfg - 8 — 199-200
Descartes, Rene : cfg - 8 — 200
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gentiles : cfg - 8 — 200
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Marranos : cfg - 8 — 200
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physics : cfg - 8 — 200
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blasphemy, xvi : cfg - 8 — 201
Charles I, King of England : cfg - 8 — 201
Charles II, King of England : cfg - 8 — 201
Clarkson, Laurence : cfg - 8 — 201
Coppin, Richard : cfg - 8 — 201
Cromwell, Oliver : cfg - 8 — 201
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Fox, George : cfg - 8 — 201
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Puritans : cfg - 8 — 201
Quakers : cfg - 8 — 201
Society of Friends : cfg - 8 — 201
Thirty Years' War : cfg - 8 — 201
Barrow, Isaac : cfg - 8 — 202
Church of England : cfg - 8 — 202
Descartes, Rene : cfg - 8 — 202
Galilei, Galileo : cfg - 8 — 202
Hooke, Robert : cfg - 8 — 202
Kepler, Johannes : cfg - 8 — 202-3
moon, Io-I I : cfg - 8 — 202
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Bentley, Richard : cfg - 8 — 203
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Luria, Isaac : cfg - 8 — 204
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Pococke, Edward : cfg - 8 — 204
sun : cfg - 8 — 204
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Bentley, Richard : cfg - 8 — 205
Noah : cfg - 8 — 205
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Spencer, Herbert : cfg - 8 — 206
Spinoza, Baruch : cfg - 8 — 206
Thomas Aquinas : cfg - 8 — 206
truth : cfg - 8 — 206
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Bentley, Richard : cfg - 8 — 207-8
Clarke, Samuel : cfg - 8 — 207-8
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Boyle, Robert : cfg - 9 — 209
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Enlightenment : cfg - 9 — 209-34
Leuwenhoek, Anton van : cfg - 9 — 209
Locke, John : cfg - 9 — 209
Mather, Cotton : cfg - 9 — 209-10
Mather, Increase : cfg - 9 — 209
Newton, Isaac : cfg - 9 — 209-12
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Franklin, Benjamin : cfg - 9 — 211
Jefferson, Thomas : cfg - 9 — 211
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reason (logos), faith and : cfg - 9 — 211
salvation : cfg - 9 — 211
superstition : cfg - 9 — 211
theism : cfg - 9 — 211
Tindal, Matthew : cfg - 9 — 211
Toland, John : cfg - 9 — 211
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Calvinism : cfg - 9 — 212
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Descartes, Rene : cfg - 9 — 212
Edwards, Jonathan : cfg - 9 — 212
evil : cfg - 9 — 212
Galilei, Galileo : cfg - 9 — 212
Jefferson, Thomas : cfg - 9 — 212
Mather, Cotton : cfg - 9 — 212
Thirty Years' War : cfg - 9 — 212
truth, quest for : cfg - 9 — 212
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Gibbon, Edward : cfg - 9 — 213
Jefferson, Thomas : cfg - 9 — 213
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Mather, Cotton : cfg - 9 — 213
Mayhew, Jonathan : cfg - 9 — 213
Quakers : cfg - 9 — 213
Smith, Adam : cfg - 9 — 213
supernatural : cfg - 9 — 213
Toland, John : cfg - 9 — 213
Voltaire : cfg - 9 — 213
Age of Reason : cfg - 9 — 214
Cheyne, George : cfg - 9 — 214
Church of England : cfg - 9 — 214
Deism : cfg - 9 — 214
heart : cfg - 9 — 214-15
Horne, George : cfg - 9 — 214
Hutchinson, John : cfg - 9 — 214
mathematics : cfg - 9 — 214
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Newton, Isaac : cfg - 9 — 214
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science, induction and calculation in : cfg - 9 — 214
spiritual exercises : cfg - 9 — 214
Trinity : cfg - 9 — 214
Zinzendorf, Nicholas Ludwig von : cfg - 9 — 214
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Christianity, Orthodox : cfg - 9 — 215
Christianity, reason and : cfg - 9 — 215
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cults : cfg - 9 — 215-16
Denys the Carthusian : cfg - 9 — 215
Eckhart, Meister : cfg - 9 — 215
ecstasy (ekstasis) : cfg - 9 — 215
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fasting : cfg - 9 — 215
First Great Awakening : cfg - 9 — 215
joy : cfg - 9 — 215
liberty : cfg - 9 — 215-16
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prayer : cfg - 9 — 215
reason (logos), Christianity and : cfg - 9 — 215
religion, revival of : cfg - 9 — 215
ritual : cfg - 9 — 215
spirituality : cfg - 9 — 215
Wesley, John : cfg - 9 — 215
France : cfg - 9 — 216
French Revolution : cfg - 9 — 216
Glorious Revolution of 1688 : cfg - 9 — 216
Locke, John : cfg - 9 — 216
Newton, Isaac : cfg - 9 — 216
Oxford University : cfg - 9 — 216
Spinoza, Baruch : cfg - 9 — 216
Toland, John : cfg - 9 — 216
Vico, Giambattista : cfg - 9 — 216-18
compassion, xvii : cfg - 9 — 217
cosmology : cfg - 9 — 217
intellect : cfg - 9 — 217
mathematics : cfg - 9 — 217
Naples, University of : cfg - 9 — 217
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knowledge : cfg - 9 — 218
Rousseau, jean-Jacques : cfg - 9 — 218-19
silence : cfg - 9 — 218
Adams, John : cfg - 9 — 219
American War of Independence : cfg - 9 — 219-20
Calvinism : cfg - 9 — 219
Declaration of Independence : cfg - 9 — 219
Deism : cfg - 9 — 219
Emile (Rousseau) : cfg - 9 — 219
Franklin, Benjamin : cfg - 9 — 219
French Revolution : cfg - 9 — 219
human rights : cfg - 9 — 219
Jefferson, Thomas : cfg - 9 — 219
liberty : cfg - 9 — 219-20
Locke, John : cfg - 9 — 219
Paul of Tarsus : cfg - 9 — 219-20
self-forgetfulness (kenosis) : cfg - 9 — 219
United States, Enlightenment and : cfg - 9 — 219-20
Washington, George : cfg - 9 — 219
Copernicus, Nicolaus : cfg - 9 — 220
Deism : cfg - 9 — 220-1
Descartes, Rene : cfg - 9 — 220
France : cfg - 9 — 220
gospels : cfg - 9 — 220
Jesus of Nazareth : cfg - 9 — 220
Kingdom of God : cfg - 9 — 220
Louis XIV, King of France : cfg - 9 — 220
Memoire (Meslier) : cfg - 9 — 220
Meslier, Jean : cfg - 9 — 220
miracles : cfg - 9 — 220
Newton, Isaac : cfg - 9 — 220-2
Paine, Thomas : cfg - 9 — 220
Pigeon, Jean : cfg - 9 — 220-1
priests, Roman Catholic : cfg - 9 — 220
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revelation : cfg - 9 — 220
Voltaire : cfg - 9 — 220
biology : cfg - 9 — 221
Descartes, Rene : cfg - 9 — 221
Diderot, Denis : cfg - 9 — 221-3
La Mettrie, Julien Offray de : cfg - 9 — 221
Man, a Machine (La Mettrie) : cfg - 9 — 221
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Premontval, Andre-Pierre Le Guay de : cfg - 9 — 221
skepticism : cfg - 9 — 221
Society of Jesus : cfg - 9 — 221
Cambridge University,- : cfg - 9 — 222
God, "proofs" for existence of : cfg - 9 — 222
Holmes, Gervase : cfg - 9 — 222
Letter on the Blind for the Use of Those Who See, A (Diderot) : cfg - 9 — 222
Needham, John Turberville : cfg - 9 — 222
Pigeon, Jean : cfg - 9 — 222
priests, Roman Catholic : cfg - 9 — 222
Sanderson, Nicolas : cfg - 9 — 222
Trembley, Abraham : cfg - 9 — 222
Voltaire : cfg - 9 — 222-3
water : cfg - 9 — 222
Chambers, Ephraim : cfg - 9 — 223
Cyclopaedia (Chambers) : cfg - 9 — 223
Encyclopedia (Diderot) : cfg - 9 — 223
Holbach, Baron Paul Heinrich Dietrich d' : cfg - 9 — 223-4
System ofNature, The (d'Holbach) : cfg - 9 — 223-4
Age of Reason : cfg - 9 — 224
Bergier, Nicolas-Sylvestre : cfg - 9 — 224-5
Clarke, Samuel : cfg - 9 — 224
death, life after : cfg - 9 — 224
Descartes, Rene : cfg - 9 — 224
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First Cause, r : cfg - 9 — 224
Malebranche, Nicholas de : cfg - 9 — 224
Newton, Isaac : cfg - 9 — 224
soul : cfg - 9 — 224
atheism, revolution and : cfg - 9 — 225
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Deism : cfg - 9 — 225
French Revolution : cfg - 9 — 225
Hebert, Jacques : cfg - 9 — 225
liberty : cfg - 9 — 225
Mass : cfg - 9 — 225
Napoleon I, Emperor of France : cfg - 9 — 225
religion, science and : cfg - 9 — 225
Robespierre, Maximilien : cfg - 9 — 225
Roman Catholic Church : cfg - 9 — 225
science, religion and : cfg - 9 — 225
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Alembert, Jean le Rond d' : cfg - 9 — 226
Condorcet, Maria-Jean Caritat, Marquis de : cfg - 9 — 226
Descartes, Rene : cfg - 9 — 226
God, "proofs" for existence of : cfg - 9 — 226
Hume, David : cfg - 9 — 226-7
Kant, Immanuel : cfg - 9 — 226-7
Maupertuis, Pierre-Louis Moreau de : cfg - 9 — 226
metaphysics : cfg - 9 — 226
psychology : cfg - 9 — 226
Alembert, Jean le Rond d' : cfg - 9 — 227
Copernicus, Nicolaus : cfg - 9 — 227
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Descartes, Rene : cfg - 9 — 227
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Galilei, Galileo : cfg - 9 — 227
Kepler, Johannes : cfg - 9 — 227
Laplace, Pierre-Simon de : cfg - 9 — 227
Napoleon I, Emperor of France : cfg - 9 — 227
Natural Theology (Paley) : cfg - 9 — 227-8
Newton, Isaac : cfg - 9 — 227-9
Paley, William : cfg - 9 — 227-8
Age of Reason : cfg - 9 — 228
Blake, William : cfg - 9 — 228-9
Cambridge University,- : cfg - 9 — 228
capitalism : cfg - 9 — 228
Darwin, Charles : cfg - 9 — 228
French Revolution : cfg - 9 — 228
God, "proofs" for existence of : cfg - 9 — 228
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Lessius, Leonard : cfg - 9 — 228
poetry : cfg - 9 — 228-31
religion, science and : cfg - 9 — 228
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science, religion and : cfg - 9 — 228
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Oxford University : cfg - 9 — 229
Shelley, Percy Bysshe : cfg - 9 — 229
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Wordsworth, William : cfg - 9 — 229-31
intellect : cfg - 9 — 230
Shelley, Percy Bysshe : cfg - 9 — 230
beauty : cfg - 9 — 231
ecstasy (ekstasis) : cfg - 9 — 231
Keats, John : cfg - 9 — 231
Mysteries : cfg - 9 — 231
Newton, Isaac : cfg - 9 — 231
On Religion: Speeches: to Its Cultured Despisers (Schleiermacher) : cfg - 9 — 231-2
Schleiermacher, Friedrich : cfg - 9 — 231-2
Blake, William : cfg - 9 — 232
Hegel, George Wilhelm : cfg - 9 — 232-3
Judaism, metaphysical dimension of : cfg - 9 — 232
Kabbalah : cfg - 9 — 232
mysticism, Jewish : cfg - 9 — 232
Phenomenology of Mind, The (Hegel) : cfg - 9 — 232
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Age of Reason : cfg - 9 — 233-4
Condorcet, Maria-Jean Caritat, Marquis de : cfg - 9 — 233
dialectic : cfg - 9 — 233
Hume, David : cfg - 9 — 233
Judaism : cfg - 9 — 233
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Kabbalah : cfg - 9 — 233
Kant, Immanuel : cfg - 9 — 233
mysticism, Jewish : cfg - 9 — 233
Newton, Isaac : cfg - 9 — 233
Adams, John : cfg - 10 — 235
Deism : cfg - 10 — 235
Evangelicalism : cfg - 10 — 235-9
Franklin, Benjamin : cfg - 10 — 235
Jefferson, Thomas : cfg - 10 — 235
Morse, Jedidiah : cfg - 10 — 235
populism : cfg - 10 — 235
religion, decline of : cfg - 10 — 235-61
religion, revival of : cfg - 10 — 235-9
Second Great Awakening : cfg - 10 — 235-9
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Age of Reason : cfg - 10 — 236
American War of Independence : cfg - 10 — 236
anti-intellectualism : cfg - 10 — 236
democracy : cfg - 10 — 236-8
Disciples of Christ : cfg - 10 — 236
Dow, Lorenzo : cfg - 10 — 236
gospels : cfg - 10 — 236
Jefferson, Thomas : cfg - 10 — 236
Jesus of Nazareth, disciples of : cfg - 10 — 236
John the Baptist : cfg - 10 — 236
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O'Kelly, James : cfg - 10 — 236
Paine, Thomas : cfg - 10 — 236
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populism : cfg - 10 — 236
preachers : cfg - 10 — 236
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Republican Methodists : cfg - 10 — 236
Stone, Barton Warren : cfg - 10 — 236
superstition : cfg - 10 — 236
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Age of Reason, The (Paine) : cfg - 10 — 237
Beecher, Lyman : cfg - 10 — 237
Deism : cfg - 10 — 237
Dwight, Timothy : cfg - 10 — 237
French Revolution : cfg - 10 — 237
Israel : cfg - 10 — 237
Jesus of Nazareth : cfg - 10 — 237
Kingdom of God : cfg - 10 — 237
liberty : cfg - 10 — 237
materialism : cfg - 10 — 237
McCosh, James : cfg - 10 — 237-8
Newton, Isaac : cfg - 10 — 237
Paine, Thomas : cfg - 10 — 237
Satan : cfg - 10 — 237
virtue : cfg - 10 — 237
belief : cfg - 10 — 238
compassion, xvii : cfg - 10 — 238
Edwards, Jonathan : cfg - 10 — 238
Enlightenment : cfg - 10 — 238
Finney, Charles Grandison : cfg - 10 — 238
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morality : cfg - 10 — 238-9
preachers : cfg - 10 — 238
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capitalism : cfg - 10 — 239
Diderot, Denis : cfg - 10 — 239
Enlightenment : cfg - 10 — 239
Holbach, Baron Paul Heinrich Dietrich d' : cfg - 10 — 239
human beings, subjugation of : cfg - 10 — 239
Kingdom of God : cfg - 10 — 239
medicine : cfg - 10 — 239
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technology : cfg - 10 — 239
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DeWette, Wilhelm : cfg - 10 — 240
dialectic : cfg - 10 — 240
Eichhorn, Johann : cfg - 10 — 240
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Feuerbach, Ludwig : cfg - 10 — 240-1
French Revolution : cfg - 10 — 240
Hebrew Bible, authorship of : cfg - 10 — 240
Hegel, George Wilhelm : cfg - 10 — 240-1
Industrial Revolution : cfg - 10 — 240
Lutheranism : cfg - 10 — 240
Moses, Torah given to : cfg - 10 — 240
poverty : cfg - 10 — 240
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Royal Society : cfg - 10 — 240
Schleiermacher, Friedrich : cfg - 10 — 240
Torah : cfg - 10 — 240
Torah, Moses's reception of : cfg - 10 — 240
Vater, Johann : cfg - 10 — 240
belief : cfg - 10 — 241
Communist Manifesto (Marx and Engels) : cfg - 10 — 241
dialectic : cfg - 10 — 241
France : cfg - 10 — 241
Kapital, Das (Marx) : cfg - 10 — 241
Marx, Karl : cfg - 10 — 241-2
Comte, Auguste : cfg - 10 — 242
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Lyell, Charles : cfg - 10 — 242-3
metaphysics : cfg - 10 — 242
positivism : cfg - 10 — 242
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religion, science and : cfg - 10 — 242-3
science, religion and : cfg - 10 — 242-3
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biology : cfg - 10 — 243
Cambridge University,- : cfg - 10 — 243
Chambers, Robert : cfg - 10 — 243-4
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mathematics : cfg - 10 — 243
positivism : cfg - 10 — 243
Sedgwick, Adam : cfg - 10 — 243
technology : cfg - 10 — 243
Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation (Chambers) : cfg - 10 — 243-4
Agassiz, Louis : cfg - 10 — 244
In Memoriam (Tennyson) : cfg - 10 — 244
intellect : cfg - 10 — 244
poetry : cfg - 10 — 244
Tennyson, Alfred, Lord : cfg - 10 — 244
Bushnell, Horace : cfg - 10 — 245
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Darwin, Charles : cfg - 10 — 245-7
Descent of Man, The (Darwin) : cfg - 10 — 245-6
Homo sapiens : cfg - 10 — 245-6
Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, The (Darwin) : cfg - 10 — 245
Paley, William : cfg - 10 — 245
Darwin, Annie : cfg - 10 — 246
Enlightenment : cfg - 10 — 246
evolution, xvi : cfg - 10 — 246-7
Gray, Asa : cfg - 10 — 246
Henry, Joseph : cfg - 10 — 246
science, criteria of : cfg - 10 — 246
Wallace, Alfred Russel : cfg - 10 — 246
Darwinism : cfg - 10 — 247
David, King : cfg - 10 — 247
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Hebrew Bible, authorship of : cfg - 10 — 247-8
Higher Criticism of the Bible : cfg - 10 — 247-50
Hodge, Charles : cfg - 10 — 247
Moses : cfg - 10 — 247
Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, The (Darwin) : cfg - 10 — 247
Psalms : cfg - 10 — 247
Cambridge University,- : cfg - 10 — 248
Evangelicalism : cfg - 10 — 248-9
Genesis, book of : cfg - 10 — 248
gospels : cfg - 10 — 248
heresy : cfg - 10 — 248
Jowett, Benjamin : cfg - 10 — 248
miracles : cfg - 10 — 248
Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, The (Darwin) : cfg - 10 — 248
Oxford University : cfg - 10 — 248
Pattison, Mark : cfg - 10 — 248
Powell, Baden : cfg - 10 — 248
Robert Elsmere (Ward) : cfg - 10 — 248
Times, The (London) : cfg - 10 — 248
Ward, Mrs. Humphry : cfg - 10 — 248
Beecher, Henry Ward : cfg - 10 — 249
Beecher, Lyman : cfg - 10 — 249
Bible, literal interpretation of : cfg - 10 — 249-50
charity : cfg - 10 — 249
Colenso, John William : cfg - 10 — 249
Darwin, Charles : cfg - 10 — 249
Darwinism : cfg - 10 — 249
Dictionary of the Bible (Smith) : cfg - 10 — 249
evolution, xvi : cfg - 10 — 249
Farrar, Frederic William : cfg - 10 — 249
Flood : cfg - 10 — 249
Hodge, Archibald : cfg - 10 — 249
Hodge, Charles : cfg - 10 — 249
Lyell, Charles : cfg - 10 — 249
missionaries : cfg - 10 — 249
Moody, Dwight Lyman : cfg - 10 — 249
Moody Bible Institute : cfg - 10 — 249
Smith, William : cfg - 10 — 249
Torah : cfg - 10 — 249
United States, religion in : cfg - 10 — 249-50
Victoria Institute : cfg - 10 — 249
Warfield, Benjamin : cfg - 10 — 249
agnosticism : cfg - 10 — 250-251
Bradlaugh, Charles : cfg - 10 — 250
Darwin, Charles : cfg - 10 — 250
Holyoake, George : cfg - 10 — 250
Huxley, Thomas H. : cfg - 10 — 250-1
Lambdin, M. B. : cfg - 10 — 250
McAlister, Alexander : cfg - 10 — 250
metaphysics : cfg - 10 — 250
Methodism : cfg - 10 — 250
Mitchell, Leander W. : cfg - 10 — 250
Riley, William B. : cfg - 10 — 250
secularism : cfg - 10 — 250
Stewart, Lyman : cfg - 10 — 250
Bruno, Giordano : cfg - 10 — 251
Ingersoll, Robert G. : cfg - 10 — 251
Moody, Joel : cfg - 10 — 251
Norton, Charles Eliot : cfg - 10 — 251
anti-Catholicism : cfg - 10 — 252
Draper, John William : cfg - 10 — 252
History of the Conflict Between Religion and Science, The (Draper) : cfg - 10 — 252
History of the Warfare of Science and Theology. in Christendom, A (White) : cfg - 10 — 252
religion, science and : cfg - 10 — 252-5
science, religion and : cfg - 10 — 252-5
White, Andrew Dixon : cfg - 10 — 252
Clifford, William Kingdon : cfg - 10 — 253
Darwinism : cfg - 10 — 253
Ethics of Belief (Clifford) : cfg - 10 — 253
Huxley, Thomas H. : cfg - 10 — 253
Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, The (Darwin) : cfg - 10 — 253
superstition : cfg - 10 — 253-4
Ward, Lester : cfg - 10 — 253-4
Wilberforce, Samuel : cfg - 10 — 253
Buchner, Ludwig : cfg - 10 — 254
Darwinism : cfg - 10 — 254
Eden : cfg - 10 — 254
gospels : cfg - 10 — 254-5
Haeckel, Ernst : cfg - 10 — 254-5
Mill, John Stuart : cfg - 10 — 254
Nicaea, Council of : cfg - 10 — 254-5
Noah : cfg - 10 — 254
Paulsen, Friedrich : cfg - 10 — 254-5
Riddle of the Universe, The (Haeckel) : cfg - 10 — 254-5
Vogt, Karl : cfg - 10 — 254
Arnold, Matthew : cfg - 10 — 255
Buchner, Ludwig : cfg - 10 — 255
"Dover Beach" (Arnold) : cfg - 10 — 255
Draper, John William : cfg - 10 — 255
Force and Matter (Buchner) : cfg - 10 — 255
heart : cfg - 10 — 255
Huxley, Thomas H. : cfg - 10 — 255
Pascal, Blaise : cfg - 10 — 255
Vogt, Karl : cfg - 10 — 255
Gay Science, The (Nietzsche) : cfg - 10 — 256
God, death of : cfg - 10 — 256-7
Jews, Spanish and Portuguese : cfg - 10 — 256
Louis XIV, King of France : cfg - 10 — 256
Marranos : cfg - 10 — 256
Marx, Karl : cfg - 10 — 256-7
morality : cfg - 10 — 256
Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm : cfg - 10 — 256-7
Buchner, Ludwig : cfg - 10 — 257
Feuerbach, Ludwig : cfg - 10 — 257
Freud, Sigmund : cfg - 10 — 257-9
self-forgetfulness (kenosis) : cfg - 10 — 257
Sky Gods : cfg - 10 — 257
technology : cfg - 10 — 257
Vogt, Karl : cfg - 10 — 257
Future ofan Illusion, The (Freud) : cfg - 10 — 258-9
Lamarck, Jean-Baptiste : cfg - 10 — 258
Moses : cfg - 10 — 258
Moses and Monotheism (Freud) : cfg - 10 — 258
Totem and Taboo (Freud) : cfg - 10 — 258
Darwin, Charles : cfg - 10 — 259
Ingersoll, Robert G. : cfg - 10 — 259-60
superstition : cfg - 10 — 259
Civil War, U.S. : cfg - 10 — 260
Clarke, I. E : cfg - 10 — 260
"Darkling Thrush, The" (Hardy) : cfg - 10 — 260-1
Darwinism : cfg - 10 — 260
Franco-Prussian War : cfg - 10 — 260
Hardy, Thomas : cfg - 10 — 260-1
Mill, John Stuart : cfg - 10 — 260
Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm : cfg - 10 — 260
World War I : cfg - 10 — 260
Hilbert, David : cfg - 11 — 262
Joyce, James : cfg - 11 — 262
mathematics : cfg - 11 — 262
Picasso, Pablo : cfg - 11 — 262
Second International Congress of Mathematicians : cfg - 11 — 262
universe, see also cosmos; Earth; planets; stars unknowing; : cfg - 11 — 262-88
Woolf, Virginia : cfg - 11 — 262
economics : cfg - 11 — 263
fascism : cfg - 11 — 263
Great Depression : cfg - 11 — 263
Hilbert, David : cfg - 11 — 263
Hume, David : cfg - 11 — 263
Kant, Immanuel : cfg - 11 — 263
Maxwell, James Clerk : cfg - 11 — 263
Michelson, Albert : cfg - 11 — 263-4
Morley, Edward : cfg - 11 — 263-4
Newton, Isaac : cfg - 11 — 263
physics : cfg - 11 — 263-8
science, invention and discovery in : cfg - 11 — 263-8
World War I : cfg - 11 — 263
atoms : cfg - 11 — 264
Becquerel, Alexander-Edmond : cfg - 11 — 264
Bohr, Niels : cfg - 11 — 264
Einstein, Albert : cfg - 11 — 264-8
Euclid : cfg - 11 — 264
geometry, . : cfg - 11 — 264
Heisenberg, Werner : cfg - 11 — 264
light : cfg - 11 — 264
Newton, Isaac : cfg - 11 — 264-5
Planck, Max : cfg - 11 — 264
sun : cfg - 11 — 264
"big bang" theory : cfg - 11 — 265
Bohr, Niels : cfg - 11 — 265
Eddington, Arthur Stanley : cfg - 11 — 265
Genesis, creation story in : cfg - 11 — 265
Hilbert, David : cfg - 11 — 265
Holy Spirit : cfg - 11 — 265
Judaism, metaphysical dimension of : cfg - 11 — 265
Kabbalah : cfg - 11 — 265
mysticism, Jewish : cfg - 11 — 265
Planck, Max : cfg - 11 — 265
Smethurst, Arthur F. : cfg - 11 — 265
Bridgman, Percy : cfg - 11 — 266
Descartes, Rene : cfg - 11 — 266
Dewey, John : cfg - 11 — 266-
Godel, Kurt : cfg - 11 — 266
Heisenberg, Werner : cfg - 11 — 266
mathematics : cfg - 11 — 266
Logic of Scientific Discovery, The (Popper) : cfg - 11 — 267
Magee, Bryan : cfg - 11 — 267
planets : cfg - 11 — 267
Popper, Karl : cfg - 11 — 267-8
Tractatus logico philosophicus (Wittgenstein) : cfg - 11 — 268
Wittgenstein, Ludwig : cfg - 11 — 268
agnosticism : cfg - 11 — 269
fundamentalism, Protestant : cfg - 11 — 269-75
Paul of Tarsus : cfg - 11 — 269
Pentateuch, see Torah Pentecostalism : cfg - 11 — 269-70
positivism : cfg - 11 — 269
United States, religion in : cfg - 11 — 269-72
World War I : cfg - 11 — 269-270
Bolshevik Revolution : cfg - 11 — 270
conservatism : cfg - 11 — 270-1
Dixon, A. C. : cfg - 11 — 270-2
Haldeman, Isaac M. : cfg - 11 — 270-1
Higher Criticism of the Bible : cfg - 11 — 270
Protestantism, conservative; : cfg - 11 — 270-1
Christian Register : cfg - 11 — 271
Divinity School of the University of Chicago : cfg - 11 — 271
fundamentalism, Muslim : cfg - 11 — 271
Higher Criticism of the Bible : cfg - 11 — 271
Moody Bible Institute : cfg - 11 — 271
Muslims, fundamentalist : cfg - 11 — 271
Riley, William B. : cfg - 11 — 271-2
Torrey, Reuben A. : cfg - 11 — 271-2
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) : cfg - 11 — 272-273
Antichrist : cfg - 11 — 272
Bryan, William Jennings : cfg - 11 — 272-3
Darwinism : cfg - 11 — 272
Evangelicalism : cfg - 11 — 272
evolution, xvi : cfg - 11 — 272-5
Headquarters Nights (Kellogg) : cfg - 11 — 272
Higher Criticism of the Bible : cfg - 11 — 272
Kellogg, Vernon L. : cfg - 11 — 272
Kidd, Benjamin : cfg - 11 — 272
Lewis, Curtis Lee : cfg - 11 — 272
morality : cfg - 11 — 272
Northern Baptist Convention : cfg - 11 — 272
Science of Power, The (Kidd) : cfg - 11 — 272
Scopes, John : cfg - 11 — 272-4
Torah : cfg - 11 — 272-3
Dark Ages : cfg - 11 — 273
Darrow, Clarence : cfg - 11 — 273
Mencken, H. L. : cfg - 11 — 273
Shipley, Maynard : cfg - 11 — 273
supernatural : cfg - 11 — 273
Calvin, John : cfg - 11 — 274
Calvinism : cfg - 11 — 274
fundamentalism, Muslim : cfg - 11 — 274
Genesis, creation story in : cfg - 11 — 274
Hodge, Charles : cfg - 11 — 274
Muslims, fundamentalist : cfg - 11 — 274
anti-Semitism : cfg - 11 — 275-8
creation science : cfg - 11 — 275
Germany, Nazi : cfg - 11 — 275-7
Hitler, Adolf : cfg - 11 — 275
Holocaust : cfg - 11 — 275-8
Jews : cfg - 11 — 275-8
Pius XII, Pope : cfg - 11 — 275
Roman Catholic Church : cfg - 11 — 275
technology : cfg - 11 — 275
World War II : cfg - 11 — 275-8
Auschwitz death camp : cfg - 11 — 276-8
idolatry : cfg - 11 — 276
nationalism : cfg - 11 — 276
Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm : cfg - 11 — 276
God, death of : cfg - 11 — 277
Luria, Isaac : cfg - 11 — 277
Rubenstein, Richard : cfg - 11 — 277
Wiesel, Elie : cfg - 11 — 277
Feuerbach, Ludwig : cfg - 11 — 278
Being : cfg - 11 — 279-80
Heidegger, Martin : cfg - 11 — 279-81
positivism : cfg - 11 — 279
Tolstoy, Leo : cfg - 11 — 279
Wittgenstein, Ludwig : cfg - 11 — 279
Bultmann, Rudolf : cfg - 11 — 280-1
Germany, Nazi : cfg - 11 — 280
God, death of : cfg - 11 — 280
Germany, Nazi : cfg - 11 — 281
Supreme Being : cfg - 11 — 281
Tillich, Paul : cfg - 11 — 281-3
United States, religion in : cfg - 11 — 281-5
World War I : cfg - 11 — 281
Brahman : cfg - 11 — 282
Bultmann, Rudolf : cfg - 11 — 282
Bultmann, Rudolf : cfg - 11 — 283
Heidegger, Martin : cfg - 11 — 283
Logos, see reason; Word Lonergan, Bernard : cfg - 11 — 283-4
Rahner, Karl : cfg - 11 — 283
Society of Jesus : cfg - 11 — 283-4
transcendence : cfg - 11 — 283
Insight: A Study of Human Understanding (Lonergan) : cfg - 11 — 284
Kuhn, Thomas : cfg - 11 — 284-5
Popper, Karl : cfg - 11 — 284
Structure of Scientific Revolutions, The (Kuhn) : cfg - 11 — 284
Cappadocian fathers : cfg - 11 — 285
Knowing and Being (Polyani) : cfg - 11 — 285
Polyani, Michael : cfg - 11 — 285-6
Denys the Areopagite : cfg - 11 — 286-7
Einstein, Albert : cfg - 11 — 286
Eleusinian Mysteries : cfg - 11 — 286
Heidegger, Martin : cfg - 11 — 286
Marcel, Gabriel : cfg - 11 — 286
Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury : cfg - 11 — 287
Camus, Albert : cfg - 11 — 287-8
Eckhart, Meister : cfg - 11 — 287
Myth of Sisyphus, The (Camus) : cfg - 11 — 287-8
Roman Catholic Church, catechism of : cfg - 11 — 287
Sartre, Jean-Paul : cfg - 11 — 287
Thomas Aquinas : cfg - 11 — 287
Enlightenment : cfg - 11 — 288
Cox, Harvey : cfg - 12 — 289
Enlightenment : cfg - 12 — 289-90
God, death of : cfg - 12 — 289-92
materialism : cfg - 12 — 289
religion, decline of : cfg - 12 — 289-92
Secular City, The (Cox) : cfg - 12 — 289
World War II : cfg - 12 — 289
belief : cfg - 12 — 290
Hardt, Michael : cfg - 12 — 290
human beings, subjugation of : cfg - 12 — 290
"Imagine" (Lennon) : cfg - 12 — 290
Lennon, John : cfg - 12 — 290
Negri, Antonio : cfg - 12 — 290
Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm : cfg - 12 — 290
women, subjugation of : cfg - 12 — 290
Altizer, Thomas.J. J. : cfg - 12 — 291
atheism, Christian : cfg - 12 — 291
Bultmann, Rudolf : cfg - 12 — 291
Gospel of Christian Atheism, The (Altizer) : cfg - 12 — 291
Hamilton, William : cfg - 12 — 291
Hegel, George Wilhelm : cfg - 12 — 291
Jesus of Nazareth : cfg - 12 — 291
Luther, Martin : cfg - 12 — 291
Protestantism : cfg - 12 — 291
Radical Theology and the Death of God (Hamilton) : cfg - 12 — 291
Secular Meaning of the Gospel, The (Van Buren) : cfg - 12 — 291
technology : cfg - 12 — 291
Tillich, Paul : cfg - 12 — 291
Van Buren, Paul : cfg - 12 — 291
Ben-Gurion, David : cfg - 12 — 292
Descartes, Rene : cfg - 12 — 292
Falwell, Jerry : cfg - 12 — 292
fundamentalism : cfg - 12 — 292-301
fundamentalism, Protestant : cfg - 12 — 292-3
Israel, (modern) : cfg - 12 — 292
Judaism, Orthodox : cfg - 12 — 292
Moral Majority : cfg - 12 — 292
Muhammad Reza Pahlavi, Shah of Iran : cfg - 12 — 292
religion, revival of : cfg - 12 — 292-5
Sadat, Anwar al- : cfg - 12 — 292
Zionism : cfg - 12 — 292
fundamentalism, Muslim : cfg - 12 — 293-301
Israel, as the Holy Land : cfg - 12 — 293
Israel, (modern) : cfg - 12 — 293
Muslims, fundamentalist : cfg - 12 — 293-301
Arabs : cfg - 12 — 294
Buddhism : cfg - 12 — 294
Daoism : cfg - 12 — 294
evolution, xvi : cfg - 12 — 294
fundamentalism, Jewish : cfg - 12 — 294
Hinduism : cfg - 12 — 294
Islam : cfg - 12 — 294
miracles : cfg - 12 — 294
Sabbath : cfg - 12 — 294
Abdu, Muhammad : cfg - 12 — 295-6
Afghani, Jamal al-Din al- : cfg - 12 — 295
Deuteronomists : cfg - 12 — 295
fundamentalism, Jewish : cfg - 12 — 295
Hitler, Adolf : cfg - 12 — 295
Holocaust : cfg - 12 — 295
Israel, (modern) : cfg - 12 — 295
October War (1973) : cfg - 12 — 295
Qur'an : cfg - 12 — 295
Revelation, book of : cfg - 12 — 295
Scopes, John : cfg - 12 — 295
secularism : cfg - 12 — 295
Israel, (modern) : cfg - 12 — 296
Mosaddeq, Muhammad : cfg - 12 — 296
Muhammad Reza Pahlavi, Shah of Iran : cfg - 12 — 296-7
Muslims, Shiite : cfg - 12 — 296
Qur'an : cfg - 12 — 296
Six-Day War (1967) : cfg - 12 — 296
Tolstoy, Leo : cfg - 12 — 296
AtatGrk, Kemal : cfg - 12 — 297
Hussein, Saddam : cfg - 12 — 297
Milestones (Qutb) : cfg - 12 — 297
Muslims, Sunni : cfg - 12 — 297
Nasser, Gamal Abdel : cfg - 12 — 297-8
Qutb, Sayyid : cfg - 12 — 297-8
secularism : cfg - 12 — 297
jihad ideology : cfg - 12 — 298-300
Khomeini, Ayatollah Ruhollah : cfg - 12 — 298-9
Mass : cfg - 12 — 298
Mawdudi, Abu Ala : cfg - 12 — 298
Muslims, Shiite : cfg - 12 — 298
Arafat, Yassir : cfg - 12 — 299
Goldstein, Baruch : cfg - 12 — 299
Israel, (modern) : cfg - 12 — 299
Kahane, Meir : cfg - 12 — 299
Pape, Robert : cfg - 12 — 299-300
Qaeda, al- : cfg - 12 — 299-300
Zionism : cfg - 12 — 299
Bin Laden, Osama : cfg - 12 — 300
Buchner, Ludwig : cfg - 12 — 301
Chance and Necessity (Monod) : cfg - 12 — 301
Clifford, William Kingdon : cfg - 12 — 301
Dawkins, Richard : cfg - 12 — 301-2
fundamentalism, secular : cfg - 12 — 301
Haeckel, Ernst : cfg - 12 — 301
Monod, Jacques : cfg - 12 — 301
Oxford University : cfg - 12 — 301
Vogt, Karl : cfg - 12 — 301
atheism "new" : cfg - 12 — 302-9
Blind Watchmaker, The (Dawkins) : cfg - 12 — 302
creation, intelligent : cfg - 12 — 302
Darwin, Charles : cfg - 12 — 302
Dennett, Daniel : cfg - 12 — 302
evolution, xvi : cfg - 12 — 302
fundamentalism, new atheists attack on : cfg - 12 — 302-9
Gould, Stephen Jay : cfg - 12 — 302
Gray, Asa : cfg - 12 — 302
Hitchens, Christopher : cfg - 12 — 302
Holbach, Baron Paul Heinrich Dietrich d' : cfg - 12 — 302
intelligent design (ID) : cfg - 12 — 302
Paley, William : cfg - 12 — 302
Gould, Stephen Jay : cfg - 12 — 303
Harris, Sam : cfg - 12 — 303
Higher Criticism of the Bible : cfg - 12 — 303
Hitchens, Christopher : cfg - 12 — 303
Talmud : cfg - 12 — 303
creation, intelligent : cfg - 12 — 304
Dawkins, Richard : cfg - 12 — 304-7
Dennett, Daniel : cfg - 12 — 304
Hitchens, Christopher : cfg - 12 — 304
intelligent design (ID) : cfg - 12 — 304
Bin Laden, Osama : cfg - 12 — 305
End ofFaith, The (Harris) : cfg - 12 — 305
Harris, Sam : cfg - 12 — 305-6
Germany, Nazi : cfg - 12 — 306
"Imagine" (Lennon) : cfg - 12 — 306-7
Lennon, John : cfg - 12 — 306-7
Monod, Jacques : cfg - 12 — 306
Polyani, Michael : cfg - 12 — 306
Bultmann, Rudolf : cfg - 12 — 307
Tillich, Paul : cfg - 12 — 307
Barth, Karl : cfg - 12 — 308
Confucius : cfg - 12 — 308
Harris, Sam : cfg - 12 — 308
Hitchens, Christopher : cfg - 12 — 308
Bellah, Robert N. : cfg - 12 — 309
Dirac, Paul : cfg - 12 — 309
Penrose, Roger : cfg - 12 — 309
physics : cfg - 12 — 309-10
Socrates, rationalist tradition of : cfg - 12 — 309
Tillich, Paul : cfg - 12 — 309
Davies, Paul : cfg - 12 — 310
Feynman, Richard : cfg - 12 — 310
Hawking, Stephen : cfg - 12 — 310
Dawkins, Richard : cfg - 12 — 311
Hume, David : cfg - 12 — 311
Kant, Immanuel : cfg - 12 — 311
Derrida, Jacques : cfg - 12 — 312-13
Eckhart, Meister : cfg - 12 — 312
Freud, Sigmund : cfg - 12 — 312
Lyotard, Jean-Francois : cfg - 12 — 312
Marx, Karl : cfg - 12 — 312
Altizer, Thomas.J. J. : cfg - 12 — 313
Erring: A Postmodern A/theology (Taylor) : cfg - 12 — 313
God, death of : cfg - 12 — 313
Taylor, Mark C. : cfg - 12 — 313
Vattimo, Gianni : cfg - 12 — 313-14
Altizer, Thomas.J. J. : cfg - 12 — 314
Caputo, John D. : cfg - 12 — 314-17
Deleuze, Gilles : cfg - 12 — 314
Heidegger, Martin : cfg - 12 — 314
Hitler, Adolf : cfg - 12 — 314
theism : cfg - 12 — 314
Tillich, Paul : cfg - 12 — 314
Van Buren, Paul : cfg - 12 — 314
Denys the Areopagite : cfg - 12 — 315
Derrida, Jacques : cfg - 12 — 315
God, death of : cfg - 12 — 315
positivism : cfg - 12 — 316
Shekhinah (divine presence) : cfg - 12 — 316
Torah : cfg - 12 — 316
universe, see also cosmos; Earth; planets; stars unknowing; : cfg - 12 — 316
Vattimo, Gianni : cfg - 12 — 316
compassion, xvii : cfg - 12 — 318
human beings, sufferings and limitations of : cfg - 12 — 318
idolatry : cfg - 12 — 318
language : cfg - 12 — 318
religion, practical action and discipline of : cfg - 12 — 318-19
Socrates : cfg - 12 — 318-19
transcendence : cfg - 12 — 318
compassion, xvii : cfg - 12 — 319
heart : cfg - 12 — 319
music : cfg - 12 — 319
poetry : cfg - 12 — 319
rationalism : cfg - 12 — 319
self-forgetfulness (kenosis) : cfg - 12 — 319
Dao : cfg - 12 — 320
Tillich, Paul : cfg - 12 — 320-1
Descartes, Rene : cfg - 12 — 321
Euclid : cfg - 12 — 321
idolatry : cfg - 12 — 321-2
Baggini, Julian : cfg - 12 — 322
Islam : cfg - 12 — 322
Israel, as the Holy Land : cfg - 12 — 322
Socrates : cfg - 12 — 322-3
Tillich, Paul : cfg - 12 — 322
Darwin, Charles : cfg - 12 — 323
Dawkins, Richard : cfg - 12 — 323
Haldane, J. J. : cfg - 12 — 323
Qur'an : cfg - 12 — 323
self-forgetfulness (kenosis) : cfg - 12 — 323
Smart, J. J. C. : cfg - 12 — 323
Buddhism : cfg - 12 — 324
Calvin, John : cfg - 12 — 324
Darwinism : cfg - 12 — 324
Genesis, book of : cfg - 12 — 324
Jesus of Nazareth, Word incarnate : cfg - 12 — 324
Word, Jesus incarnation of : cfg - 12 — 324
Berger, Peter : cfg - 12 — 325
Cappadocian fathers : cfg - 12 — 325
Judaism, metaphysical dimension of : cfg - 12 — 325
Kabbalah : cfg - 12 — 325
Maimonides : cfg - 12 — 325
mysticism, Jewish : cfg - 12 — 325
New Testament : cfg - 12 — 325
Crusades : cfg - 12 — 326
Descartes, Rene : cfg - 12 — 326
Franciscan friars : cfg - 12 — 326
Hodge, Charles : cfg - 12 — 326
Islam, Crusades against : cfg - 12 — 326
Mersenne, Marin : cfg - 12 — 326
Puritans : cfg - 12 — 326
Roman Catholic Church : cfg - 12 — 326
Yan Hui : cfg - 12 — 326
Basil, Bishop of Caesarea : cfg - 12 — 327-8
Denys the Areopagite : cfg - 12 — 327
Euripides : cfg - 12 — 327
Keats, John : cfg - 12 — 327
Blake, William : cfg - 12 — 328
Buddha : cfg - 12 — 328
Buddhism : cfg - 12 — 328
Confucianism : cfg - 12 — 328
Confucius : cfg - 12 — 328
ecstasy (ekstasis) : cfg - 12 — 328
Golden Rule : cfg - 12 — 328
Nirvana : cfg - 12 — 328
Sky Gods : cfg - 12 — 328
Jesus of Nazareth, crucifixion of : cfg - 12 — 329
Muhammad ibn Abdullah, Prophet : cfg - 12 — 329
Muslims : cfg - 12 — 329
Buddha : cfg - 12 — 330
Confucius : cfg - 12 — 330
Bible, see also gospels; Hebrew Bible; New Testament; Torah : cfg - —
Christianity, see also specific Christian sects : cfg - —
gospels, see also specific gospels : cfg - —
Hebrew Bible, see also Torah : cfg - —
Islam, see also Muslims : cfg - —
Israel, see also Jerusalem : cfg - —
Israelites, see also Jews; Judaism : cfg - —
Jews, see also Israelites; Judaism : cfg - —
kenosis, see self-forgetfulness : cfg - —
monotheism, see also Christianity; Islam; Judaism : cfg - —
Muslims, see also Islam : cfg - —
New Testament, see also gospels; specific gospels : cfg - —
Prophet, see Muhammad ibn Abdullah, Prophet : cfg - —
Protestantism, see also specific Protestant sects and movements : cfg - —
Sina, Abu Ali ibn, see Avicenna : cfg - —
Talmud, see also Babylonian Talmud (Bavli); Jerusalem Talmud : cfg - —
temples, see also Second Temple; Temple of Solomon : cfg - —
theology, see also specific religions : cfg - —
Torah, see also Hebrew Bible : cfg - —
Urban VIII, Pope, see Barbarini, Maffeo : cfg - —

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