Voegelin's Israel and Revelation: An Interdisciplinary Debate and Anthology

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PREFACE

We appreciatively acknowledge the cooperation and support of all those who helped bring this project to its completion. Along with the other contributors to this volume, we would list in first place the congenial and challenging company of the Eric Voegelin Society. Thanks are due in a special way to Dean Constance Ramirez and the McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts of Duquesne University for a financial grant, to the always helpful and competent reference staff of the Gumberg Library of Duquesne University, and to the Department of Theology of Duquesne University. Joyce A. Bautch rendered extraordinary assistance to the project, assisted by Kathleen Contini Borres.

Chapter One was originally published in Political Science Reviewer, 1 ( 1971): 1-29, and in the revised and expanded form in this book in Eric Voegelin's Search for Order in History, Louisiana State University Press, 1978. Chapter Three has appeared in Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique, 31 ( 1998):61-90, © Canadian Political Science Association (l'Association canadienne de science politique) and/et la Société québécoise de science politique. Chapters Five and Six have appeared in The Journal of Religion © 1999 The University of Chicago Press. We gratefully acknowledge permission to publish these articles, all but the first originally written as a part of our interdisciplinary exchange for this volume. Each has been slightly edited. We acknowledge with most special thanks the permission to publish the selections from Israel and Revelation, reprinted by permission of Louisiana State University Press from Order and History, Volume 1, Israel and Revelation, by Eric Voegelin, copyright © 1956 by Louisiana State University Press.

We are all happily in the debt of Marquette University Press, and its Director, Professor Andrew Tallon, for taking on the publication of this project.

Most of all, we are in the debt of Eric Voegelin, to whom this book is dedicated.

"Tell us now, how did you write all these words?" ( Jer 36:17 NRSV)

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