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Riverdale papers

Author: Thomas Berry
Publisher: Riverdale, N.Y. : Riverdale Center for Religious Research, 1979?
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Berry
OCLC Number: 6474163
Notes: Each vol. contains 4 to 5 essays by the author on subjects touching on religion, e.g. Creative energy, Alienation, Confucian spirituality, the Christian process, the New story, Ecological age.
Description: 6 volumes ; 28 cm
Contents: l. Creative energy. Future forms of religious experience. Cosmic person and the future of man. The dynamics of the future. Building the earth --
2. Alienation. Threshold of the modern world. Religious studies and the global community of man. Traditional religions in the modern world. Christian humanism --
3. Authenticity in Confucian spirituality. Affectivity in classical Confucianism. Mao Tse-Tung : the long march. John Dewey's influence in China --
4. The Christian process. Contemporary spirituality : seminar guide. America--bicentennial reflections. Dante--the age in which he lived --
5. The new story. Contemplation and world order. The spirituality of the earth. Creative revolution. The Indian future. Vision quest of the American Indian --
6. Ecological age. Third mediation. Human venture. Science and technology. Planetary management --
7. The American college in the ecological age. Classical western spirituality and the American experience. The elderly--their creative role in the human community. The thirtieth anniversary of the United Nations : a proposed statement from the religious traditions. Twelve principles. Draft world charter for nature / United Nations General Assembly, 1980 --
8. The earth community. Perspectives on creativity. Teilhard in the ecological age. Technology and the future of the nation-state. 9. Our children--their future. Individualism and wholism in Chinese tradition. The spiritual form of the Oriental civilizations. Alchemy and spiritual transformation in C.G. Jung. Teilhard--the Renaissance connection. The salvation experience of Buddhism in its early, Hinayana, period.
Other Titles: Research in religion.
Responsibility: by Thomas Berry.

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