Modern Challenges to Religion #3
May 4, 1958
May 4, 1958. Running time: 41:34. Thurman concludes his series with a discussion of the problem of isolation. He describes the different causes of isolation: experiencing the vastness of the universe; the grimness in man's struggle against the world; and personal suffering. Reactions to isolation can include defiance, or a sense of religious insight.
Associated Subjects:
Isolation (Philosophy)
Atomic bomb victims Japan Hiroshima-shi
Suffering -- Religious aspects
Modern Challenges to Religion (Series)
Philosophy and religion