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Images of Man: Studies in Religion and Anthropology Lectures by Distinguished Visiting Scholars at Wake Forest University; Luce Program on Religion and the Social Crisis Series Volume I. J. William Angell, E. Pendleton Banks.

Images of Man: Studies in Religion and Anthropology Lectures by Distinguished Visiting Scholars at Wake Forest University; Luce Program on Religion and the Social Crisis Series Volume I.

Hard Cover, Macon, Georgia, U.S.A. Mercer University Press, 1984. Fine in Very Good dust jacket.

Square, tight binding and hinges, clean and bright pages. Editor Banks's signature with message on title page. DJ has minor edge wear and some fading at spine. ; Collection of scholarly lectures in which images of humanity "are observed from the perspectives of several religious traditions and the disciplines of anthropology and theology" (from DJ blurb). Contents: J. William Angell, "Images of Man in the Hebrew-Jewish-Christian Tradition"; Robert F. Spencer, "Order and Disorder in the House of Islam"; Melford E. Spiro, "Images of Man, Nature, and the Supernatural in the Buddhist Schema of Salvation"; Edward Farley, "Toward a Contemporary Theology of Human Being"; Theodore Runyon, "The Human Being as a Theological Animal: A Biblical Argument against Creationism"; Harvey G. Cox, "Religion Returns to the Secular City"; James L. Peacock, "Community, Nature, and Meaning: The Anthropological Vision of the Good Life"; E. Pendleton Banks, "Anthropology and Theology: Confrontation or Dialogue?"; Index. 9.25" (23 cm) tall; 136 pages; Signed by Editor.

ISBN: 0865541248           Item #4890044            Price: $18.00
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