Religion and Monotheism
This Cambridge Elements series publishes original concise volumes on monotheism and its significance. Monotheism has occupied inquirers since the time of the Biblical patriarchs, and it continues to attract interdisciplinary academic work today. Engaging, current, and concise (20,000–30,000 words), the volumes will benefit teachers, researchers, and advanced students in religious studies, Biblical studies, theology, philosophy of religion, and related fields.
The Cambridge Elements Series in Religion and Monotheism publishes original concise volumes on monotheism and its significance. As the commitment to just one God, monotheism has occupied inquirers at least since the time of the Biblical patriarchs, and it continues to attract interdisciplinary academic work today. The series volumes will be engaging, current, and concise (20,000–30,000 words), and they will benefit teachers, researchers, pastors, and advanced college, graduate, and seminary students working in the areas of religious studies, Biblical studies, theology, philosophy of religion, the history of religion, and the sociology of religion. The series invites proposals for original works on all aspects of monotheism, and it especially welcomes proposals for works that have significant interdisciplinary value for advanced students and researchers. It will publish both original thematic works and original historical works on monotheism and its importance. While making original contributions to their topics, authors will produce works that are accessible to advanced students and researchers outside their own academic fields.
About the Editors
Paul K. Moser is Professor of Philosophy at Loyola University Chicago. He is the author of The God Relationship; The Elusive God (winner of national book award from the Jesuit Honor Society); The Evidence for God; The Severity of God; Knowledge and Evidence (all Cambridge University Press); and Philosophy after Objectivity (Oxford University Press); co-author of Theory of Knowledge (Oxford University Press); editor of Jesus and Philosophy (Cambridge University Press) and The Oxford Handbook of Epistemology (Oxford University Press); co-editor of The Wisdom of the Christian Faith (Cambridge University Press). He is the co-editor with Chad Meister of the book series Cambridge Studies in Religion, Philosophy, and Society.
Chad Meister is Professor of Philosophy and Theology and Department Chair at Bethel College. He is the author of Introducing Philosophy of Religion (Routledge, 2009), Christian Thought: A Historical Introduction, 2nd edition (Routledge, 2017), and Evil: A Guide for the Perplexed, 2nd edition (Bloomsbury, 2018). He has edited or co-edited the following: The Oxford Handbook of Religious Diversity (Oxford University Press, 2010), Debating Christian Theism (Oxford University Press, 2011), with Paul Moser, The Cambridge Companion to the Problem of Evil (Cambridge University Press, 2017), and with Charles Taliaferro, The History of Evil (Routledge 2018, in six volumes).