These are long research papers aiming to make a contribution to the scholarly community's attempts to construct a comprehensive interpretation of religious naturalism that is attentive to material from the many contributing disciplines. The research essays have been produced by Boston University graduate students interested in religious naturalism.
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Acquitting God: A Naturalist Approach to Metaphors of God Post Trauma by Ashley Theuring
Beyond Dead Slince: The Need for Cataphatic Affirmation Within Welsey Wildman's Apophatic Religious Naturalism by Dave Rohr
Naturalistic Fatih: Faith in Agreement with the Epistemic Principles of Empiricism and Fallibilism by Troy DuJardin
The Immanent Abyss: Comforting Naturalism
Ultimate and non-Ultimate Pivots of Salvation: Evaluating The Soteriological Potential of Jerome Stone's Minimalist Vision and Donald Crosby's Religion of Nature by Stefani Ruper