Experiencing the Knowing of Faith: An Epistemology of Religious Formation

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What is religious faith? And how does modern society view truth? Sharon Warner, in Experiencing the Knowing of Faith, discusses the understanding formed by "deep truth," or knowledge intrinsic to a person's self-identity. She critiques today's susceptibility to the paradigm of Cartesian dualities such as mind-body and subject-object, and in doing so utilizes the philosophy of Alfred North Whitehead and Michael Polanyi. Concluding with an exploration of the relevance of this theory for teaching faith, the work will be of great use to religious scholars and to philosophers.

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Sharon Warner is Professor of Educational Ministry at Lexington Theological Seminary, Kentucky.

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Warner gives us a thorough and complexly layered discussion of epistemology for faith formation?Her work is certainly a contribution to the literature on religious epistemology and would be of interest for those working at advanced levels in masters and doctoral programs. (Karen B. Tye, Eden Theological Seminary Encounter 64.4)

Warner gives us a thorough and complexly layered discussion of epistemology for faith formation...Her work is certainly a contribution to the literature on religious epistemology and would be of interest for those working at advanced levels in masters and doctoral programs. (Karen B. Tye, Eden Theological Seminary Encounter 64.4)

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