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A modern science approach to religious mysticism: perspectives of human pshychology, human society and human biology unveiled
Religion and Theology
Pages 10 (2510 words)
A MODERN SCIENCE APPROACH TO RELIGIOUS MYSTICISM: PERSPECTIVES OF HUMAN PSYCHOLOGY, HUMAN SOCIETY, AND HUMAN BIOLOGY UNVEILED Student’s Name: Reg. No: Course: Instructor’s Name Introduction Mysticism is described as the awareness of and specifically a personal experience of the state of consciousness, features of reality or status of being which is beyond human comprehension and it includes experience of Supreme Being.
For instance, when explaining the Christian mysticism, one can never fully define it but could explain it based on what it does not constituent such experience. Religious mysticism is not an experience that comes and goes but it refers to an everlasting experience with the supernatural being and leads to a person becoming transformed into a believer. Between the 18th and 20th Century, several theorist and researchers from different disciplines have proposed different views on which religious beliefs can be based on experience.2 One of these individuals was Immanuel Kant who was a German philosopher. Kant argued that the moral obligation on what is wrong or right is what rationalizes religious beliefs and belief in a supernatural power. Other German theologians; Albert Ritsch and Friedrich Schleiermacher supported the view by Kant. Although this perspective has been rejected by other theorists, it is still influential in explaining religious beliefs and belief in divine intervention. ...
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