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disappearance of God

J. Hillis Miller

disappearance of God

five nineteenth century writers.

by J. Hillis Miller

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Published by Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, Oxford University Press in Cambridge, MASS, London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes index.

The Physical Object
Paginationix,367p. ;
Number of Pages367
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21281403M

Read "The Disappearance of God Dangerous Beliefs in the New Spiritual Openness" by Dr. R. Albert Mohler available from Rakuten Kobo. “Great biblical truths are meant not only for our intellectual acceptance, but for our spiritual health.” –Dr. Al Mohler Brand: The Crown Publishing Group. In The Disappearance of God, Dr. Albert Mohler examines “Dangerous Beliefs in the new Spiritual Openness,” as noted in the book’s Mohler warns those who claim faith in Christ of the increasingly pervasive abdication of biblical faith. At the core of the issues facing contemporary Christianity is the danger of a “malleable and changeable belief system that just begs for.

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Then the angel of the Lord put out the end of the staff that was in his hand and touched the meat and the unleavened bread; and fire sprang up from the rock and consumed the meat and the unleavened bread. Then the angel of the Lord vanished from his sight. The Disappearance of God | A landmark work of literary criticism by one of the foremost interpreters of nineteenth-century England, The Disappearance of God confronts the consciousness of an absent (though perhaps still existent) God in the writings of Thomas De Quincey, Robert Browning, Emily Bront, Matthew Arnold, and Gerard Manley Hopkins.


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The Disappearance of God, at once scholarly and popularly accessible, is packed with wonderful insights into scriptural narrative, Nietzsche, Dostoevsky, and an notes that the narrative structure of Hebrew Scripture is marked by a disappearance of God--God's hiding of God's face to see what our end will be--that corresponds to an increasingly important role for Cited by:   I’m delighted that Al’s wisdom is now available in this book.

May it be the first of many.” –C. Mahaney, Sovereign Grace Ministries “In The Disappearance of God, Dr. Mohler has provided a striking, biblically-based treatment of a coterie of compelling issues which threaten the religious public at every turn. With his usual incisive /5(30). The Disappearance of God details the gradual receding of the divine presence in the Biblical writingsfrom the unquestioned companion and teacher of the Patriarchs, to the distant but still-present redeemer in Exodus, to the absent deity of Esther.4/5.

The Disappearance was the very first book I bought when I arrived at Seattle infor Clarion West. I was intrigued by its premise, and I waa very curious to find out if the book was any good. I'm not disappointed/5.

The Disappearance of God: A Divine Mystery Richard Elliot Friedman pages Little, Brown and Company; 1st edition (October 1, ) Many may know Richard Elliot Friedman for his books on Biblical textual research, but he has also written a very useful, and very wise commentary on the Torah.

The book then investigates this phenomenon's place in the formation of Judaism and Christianity. It goes on to explore the forms this feeling of the disappearance of God has taken in recent times, focusing on a connection between Nietzsche and Dostoevsky, who each independantly developed the idea of the death of God/5(15).

Each of the three parts of the book addresses a mystery related to the title (the disappearance of God in Hebrew Scripture, the death of God and madness in Nietzsche, and the relationship of religion to science), but it is the one mystery of the title, the disappearance of God, that binds the whole : Little, Brown and Company.

And the first part of the book takes this idea even farther.I liked the first part of the book the best. The author tries to link the disappearance of God to the writings of Nietschze and to the Qabalah (parts two and three of the book), but IMHO fails to do anything other than suggest a connection.

The book was informative, as far as it went/5(5). “In The Disappearance of God, Dr. Mohler has provided a striking, biblically-based treatment of a coterie of compelling issues which threaten the religious public at every turn. With his usual incisive and scintillating analysis, he sorts out healthy from unhealthy influences and charts a path for future church development.

Book; The Disappearance of God; call us 1() The Disappearance of God by Albert Mohler. Paperback List Price: $ $ Add to Cart. Summary. More faulty information about God swirls around us today than ever before. No wonder so many followers of Christ are unsure of what they really believe in the face of the new spiritual.

From the Back Cover: In this bold and illuminating new work, Richard Elliott Friedman probes a chain of mysteries that concern the presence or absence of God. He begins with a fresh, insightful reading of the Hebrew Bible, revealing the profound mystery and significance of the disappearance of God Range: $ - $ I finished The Disappearance of God: A Divine Mystery (Little, Brown, ) by Richard Elliott Friedman, a noted biblical scholar best known for his earlier book Who Wrote the Bible.

In Part I of Disappearance, he recounts how the Hebrew Bible shows God progressively retreating from direct human contact and self-revelation; in Part II, he depicts Nietzsche and Dostoevsky as. I’m delighted that Al’s wisdom is now available in this book.

May it be the first of many.” –C. Mahaney, Sovereign Grace Ministries “In The Disappearance of God, Dr. Mohler has provided a striking, biblically-based treatment of a coterie of compelling issues which threaten the religious public at every turn.

With his usual incisive Author: R. Albert Mohler. The Disappearance of God A Divine Mystery the apparent of God reaches a high point here in the middle of the second book of the Bible. God speaks. In this bold and illuminating new work, Richard Elliott Friedman probes a chain of mysteries that concern the presence or absence of God.

He begins with a fresh, insightful reading of the Hebrew Bible, revealing the profound mystery and significance of the disappearance of God there. Why does the God who is known through miracles and direct interaction at the beginning of the 3/5(2).

The Disappearance of God in Persepolis. For the past couple of weeks in our ASTU class, we had been continuing our discussion on the graphic memoir “Persepolis”. The class material has moved on from the book, but there is one more aspect of the book that I want discuss in this week’s blog.

The book then investigates this phenomenon's place in the formation of Judaism and Christianity. It goes on to explore the forms this feeling of the disappearance of God has taken in recent times, focusing on a connection between Nietzsche and Dostoevsky, who each independantly developed the idea of the death of God.4/5(91).

A landmark work of literary criticism by one of the foremost interpreters of nineteenth-century England, The Disappearance of God confronts the consciousness of an absent (though perhaps still existent) God in the writings of Thomas De Quincey, Robert Browning, Emily Bronte, Matthew Arnold, and Gerard Manley Hopkins.

Hillis Miller surveys the intellectual and material 5/5(1). Friedman (Hebrew and Comp. Lit./Univ. of Calif., San Diego; Who Wrote the Bible?, ) traces the theme of God's disappearance in the Hebrew Bible and in the writings of Friedrich Nietzsche and proposes a new religious outlook based on a synthesis of the Big Bang theory and Kabbalah.

Dramatic interventions of God in human affairs, like the parting of the Red Sea, are found in Author: Richard Elliott Friedman. The Disappearance of God by R. Albert Mohler, Jr. When I first picked up this short book (23 chapters in only pages), I expected another treatise on how God has disappeared from the culture and the church, and how we’re all in trouble if the church doesn’t get in shape.

Gary Renard's book "The Disappearance of the Universe" set me on a path that has been life changing in only a few short months. It is an increditable ride that takes you from disbelief to Truth. My outlook on life and God has changed forever. Carla 17 people found this helpful. Book Review The Disappearance of God By Paula R.

Kincaid, The Layman, Decem The title and the advertising blurb were intriguing – “Has God disappeared?” So I ordered Albert Mohler’s The Disappearance of God, to review and I found myself impressed with his latest effort.Multnomah Books, $ pages The writing.XLIV.

The Resurrection. The Disappearance of Jesus’ Body 2 And behold, an angel of the Lord descended from heaven and came and rolled back the stone. 4 And for fear the guards trembled and became like dead men. 11 Some of the guards went into the city and told the chief priests all that had taken place.

12 And when they had assembled with the elders and taken .