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Author Hickey, Michael.

Title Get Real : Reality and Mystery
Published Lanham : University Press of America, 2012
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Contents Preface; Section One. REALITY; Chapter One. Reality of Being; Chapter Two. Roles of Truth and Belief; Chapter Three. Reality of Life; Chapter Four. Imagining the Real; Chapter Five. The Final Earthly Reality; Chapter Six. The Ultimate Reality; Chapter Seven. Self-Realizing; Section Two. MYSTERY; Chapter Eight. Mystery?; Chapter Nine. Ancient Mystery Cults; Chapter Ten. Early Christianity: Another Mystery Cult; Chapter Eleven. Sacramentality; Chapter Twelve. Revelation: The Unveiling of God; Chapter Thirteen. Myth; Chapter Fourteen. Old Testament Mystery
Chapter Fifteen. New Testament MysteryChapter Sixteen. The Mystery of Suffering; Chapter Seventeen. Miracles Mystery; Chapter Eighteen. The Hidden Kingdom; Chapter Nineteen. Those Peculiar Parables; Chapter Twenty. Mysticism; Chapter Twenty-One. Two Types of Theological Mysteries; Chapter Twenty-Two. The Mystery of the Female; Chapter Twenty-Three. A Beginning and End Times Mystery; Section Three. REALITY MEETS MYSTERY "THIS IS THAT"; Chapter Twenty-Four. Unity of Opposites; Chapter Twenty-Five. Personal and Universal; Chapter Twenty-Six. Matter and Spirit
Chapter Twenty-Seven. Nature and GraceChapter Twenty-Eight. Natural and Supernatural; Chapter Twenty-Nine. Heaven and Earth; Chapter Thirty. Time and Eternity; Chapter Thirty-One. Knowing and Unknowing; Chapter Thirty-Two. Consciousness and Unconsciousness; Chapter Thirty-Three. Humanity and Divinity: The Cross +; Chapter Thirty-Four. Man the Reality and God the Mystery; Chapter Thirty-Five. God the Reality and Man the Mystery; Chapter Thirty-Six. Self-Transcending; Chapter Thirty-Seven. Conclusion: God Mysteriously in Us and Us Really in God; Index
Summary Get Real will give the reader a fresh understanding of both reality and mystery as seen from a theological and philosophical viewpoint. Ultimately, Hickey intends the reader to move beyond the perceived duality in order to establish that mystery is truly the home of all reality
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Mysticism -- Comparative studies.
Religion -- Philosophy.
RELIGION -- Mysticism.
Religion -- Philosophy.
Genre/Form Comparative studies.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 0761856595