Religion, Theology, and the Human Sciences

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Index
abstinence, sexual, 253
accountability, appropriate, 106, 174
and control, 172
Adorno, T. W., 140, 212
alienation, 60, 158, 260
Marx's doctrine of, 64
Alpha programme, 186
Anglicanism, English, 113
animus/anima, 291
anti-Semitism, 239
Arnott, Principal Struther, 100
artificial intelligence, 283
Asian community, 53
atomisation, 18, 53, 60
Aufhebung, 26, 2
Augustine of Hippo, 29, 141, 237
authority, 51, 120, 202
discovery of, 133–4
identification with power, 142–3, 167
and freedom, 187
norms of, 133
and power, 124, 134
Bahai, 252
Barney, Gerald, O., 254–6
Barrett, C. K. 1
Barth, Karl, 8, 120, 152, 158, 196, 197, 200, 207, 234, 246, 270, 275, 278, 296
Baudrillard, Jean, 97–8
Bauman, Zygmunt, 192 n. 3, 271, 301
Beauvoir, Simone de, 120
Beckford, James, xii, 36, 39–40, 265
and advanced industrial society, 198
Bede Griffiths, Dom, 251
Berry, Philippa, 272
Beyer, Peter, 249
on globalisation and religion, 258–60
Blair, Prime Minister Anthony, ix, 36ff, 41, 44, 64–5, 74, 161
Blake, William, 84
bliss, 251, 252
Bloch, Ernst, 159, 246, 270, 274, 280
Blumenberg, Hans, 2
Bly, Robert, 32
body, 184, 284 n. 43
Body of Christ, 6, 161 –2
Boethius, 2
Boff, Leonardo, 6, 189 n. 100
Bonhoeffer, Dietrich, 89, 109, 191, 195, 198ff, 207, 211
Bourdieu, Pierre, 91, 106, 177 n. 51
Bowker, John, 141, 156 n. 119
British Standard 5750, 103
Bromley, David G., 180
Buddhism, 248
bureaucratisation, 61
Burke, Derek, 167, 173ff
Burnham, James, 172
Campbell, Joseph, 252
Campenhausen, Hans von, 145
canon law, 127, 133, 156
capitalism, 42 n. 16, 224
advanced, 271
democratic, 64
global, 289
soft, 17
triumph of, 1, 19–20, 20 n. 11, 108, 164
Carey, Archbishop George, 54, 58
centralism, democratic, 18, 108
change, consensual, 60
non-consensual, 90
charisma, 28, 47, 55, 61, 71 n. 15, 291
absence of, 5
routinisation of, 4, 55, 59, 61
Charter 88, 52
Chilvers, Lord, 96
choice and freedom, 44, 180
Christendom, 227, 239
Christian Believing, 126

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