Larry Axel played a significant role in advancing the interface between theology and philosophy, especially where theological efforts have utilized the American philosophical tradition; the history and development of liberal religious thought in America; themes of relevance to the "Chicago School" of theology; and naturalism in American theology and philosophy, by founding and editing the American Journal of Theology & Philosophy. His writings also offer a possible response of creative interchange between humankind and the rest of creation through lived religious creaturalism.
Publisher: The Edwin Mellen Press Ltd
Number of pages: 276
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