Music and Liturgy is a pastoral resource for those who serve the Liturgy of the Church. It contains articles of interest to those who are beginners in ministry, as well to those with more experience, whose interests may also be more academic or scholarly.
Includes: Basic introductions to the Liturgy; Reflections on liturgical ministry and contemporary issues; Liturgical news from the Church in the United Kingdom; Reviews; Planning the Liturgy – a resource for those who prepare the Liturgy, providing musical suggestions, intercessions and commentary on the Liturgy and the Scriptures for Sundays and major feasts in the Roman Catholic calendar.
In recent times Kant’s philosophy has influenced contemporary philosophers over a wide range of issues from epistemology, metaphysics and philosophy of science to moral and political philosophy, philosophy of religion, aesthetics and teleology. In these, and other sectors, Kant’s views still generate debates about such issues as the character of a responsible metaphysics, epistemological scepticism, moral motivation, the foundations of politics, law and distributive justice both national and international. Kantian Review invites contributions to these debates along with original accounts of Kant’s texts, and of the development of his thought in its historical background.Click to Preview Content
The Theological Review publishes articles and book reviews on any theological topic but priority is given to themes that relate to Christianity in the Middle East or articles written by M.E. scholars.Click to Preview Content
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