• Introduction to Religion in the Virtual Age
    • Virtual Religion and the Rise of a New Axial Age
    • What Does Religion Have to Offer Digital Natives?
    • Virtual Religion as a Foil for Religious Reflection
    • Virtual Technologies as Catalysts for Theological Speculation
  • The Co-Evolution of Religion and Technology:
    • Introduction
  • MImetic Cosmotheism (10)
    • Mimetic Roots
    • Oral Religion
    • Religion for Hunter-Gatherers
    • Religion and the Neolithic Revolution
    • Maternal Cosmotheism: “Old Europe”
    • Maternal Cosmotheism: The Indus Valley
    • Patriarchal Cosmotheism: the Aryans
    • The Bronze Age: Scribal Religion
    • The Bronze Age: Mimetic Desire, Violence and Religious Sacrifice
    • The Bronze Age: Collapse and the Rise of Israel
  • The Axial Age (18)
    • The Axial Revolution
    • The Presocratics: Greece and the Persian Empire
    • Plato’s Axial Critique
    • Axial India: The Upanishads
    • Axial India: Jainism and Buddhism
    • Jesus’ Axial Critique
    • Paul: Christianity’s First Axial Scribe
    • Axial Antioch–Early Gnosticism
    • Axial Alexandria: Mystery Cults and Hermeticism
    • Radical Axial Mysticism: Valentinian Gnosticism
    • Axial Hermeneutics: Origen
    • Axial Hermeneutics: Alexandria vs Antioch
    • Axial Hermeneutics: Dionysius
    • Medieval Arguments over God
    • Medieval Culture: The Rise of Chivalry
    • Medieval Popular Religion: Sacred Rituals, Sacred Spaces
    • Medieval Mysticism: The Beguines
    • Medieval Mysticism: Meister Eckhart
  • Print and Modern Religion (17)
    • Paper and Print
    • Print Christianity: Luther, Calvin and Ignatius
    • Print Ontology: Descartes’ Geometrical Reason
    • Print Ontology: The 3rd Person Logic of Deism and Design
    • Print Ontology: The 1st Person Apotheosis of the Self
    • Print Ontology: 2nd Person Romantic Religion
    • Romantic Critiques of Industrialization
    • Romantic Philosophy of Science
    • Electro-Magnetic Spirituality
    • Freud and the Industrial Self
    • Photographs and Phonograghs
    • Industrial Christianity
    • Missionary Christianity
    • Industrial Atheism
    • Broadcast Religion
    • Neo-Pagan Spirituality and New Age Theosophy
    • Virtual Religion and the Second Axial Age
  • Virtual Ontology (16)
    • Technology and Society: Four Views
    • Post-Phenomenology: Four Categories
    • The Nature of the Virtual
    • The Virtual, Networked Self
    • Cyberpsychology and Virtual Therapy
    • Distributed Agency
    • Distributed Cognition
    • Alterity Technologies
    • On Telepresence
    • Virtual Reasoning: Hypertexts and Gamification
    • The Virtual Economy
    • AI Ethics
    • Virtual Politics
    • Transhumanism
    • Artificial Intelligence and The Singularity
    • A Network Ontology of Evolving Intelligence
  • Virtual Religion (8)
    • Introduction to Virtual Religion
    • The Technology of Religion
    • The Religion of Technology
    • Religion as Refuge: From Heidegger to Carr
    • Demons of the Virtual Self
    • Virtual Ritual
    • Virtual Ecclesiology
    • Virtual Mysticism
  • Virtual Theology (5)
    • Introduction to Virtual Theology
    • On Our Reality as God’s Virtual Reality
    • Virtual Eschatology: Teilhard and Transhumanism
    • Engineering immortality: Birth and Death in the Virtual Age
    • Religion and Evil: What’s the Problem?

Titles in italics are planned or still in production.