By Oswald Bayer,Roy A. Harrisville,Mark C. Mattes
By Alan Wilkinson
The delusion that the battle was once fought through ‘lions led through donkeys’ powerfully endures turning heroes into sufferers. Alan Wilkinson demonstrates the sheer horror, ethical ambiguity, and the interplay among faith, the church and battle with a scholarly, and but poetic, hand. the writer creates a shiny snapshot of the church and society, comprises perspectives of the unfastened church buildings and Roman Catholics, portrays the pastoral difficulties and demanding situations to religion awarded via battle, and the pressures for reform of church and society.
The Church of britain and the 1st global battle is written with compelling compassion and nice historic figuring out, making the ebook difficult to place down. This professional and vintage research will grip the non secular and secular alike, the final reader or the coed.
By Paul Foster
By Libby Mae Grammer
"An vital, well-informed debut from a promising younger scholar-minister. hugely recommended."
--David Gushee, exotic collage Professor of Christian Ethics, Mercer collage; writer of Kingdom Ethics
"Privilege, probability, and Solidarity weaves diversified threads right into a singular moral problem for brand new Christians. Blending migration legislations and feminist theology, Libby tells the tales of, and for, marginalized folks, giving a voice to the undocumented immigrants in our midst. How do we redeem a tradition that leaves extra humans out than it invitations in? learn, research, parent, and reply in faith."
--Bob Dale, PhD, chief trainer, Richmond, VA
"This ebook bargains a well timed and provocative examine the united states immigration approach that's wealthy with tales from scripture, theology, and lived adventure. Written in a manner that's obtainable to be used within the lecture room or the congregation, Grammer invitations her readers on a trip the place they're going to how to stand in harmony with people who are undocumented whereas concurrently operating to create a extra simply system."
--Melissa Browning, PhD, McAfee university of Theology, Mercer University
Rev. Libby Mae Grammer is an ordained minister within the average Baptist culture, serving as intervening time Minister of Christian schooling & non secular Formation at River highway Church, Baptist in Richmond, Virginia. She is a doctoral pupil at McAfee tuition of Theology at Mercer collage and has nearly a decade of expertise as an Immigration criminal Assistant at a wide and prestigious legislations enterprise in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
By Norma J. Collins
By Steven L Ware
By Thomas Equit,Konrad Baumgartner,Erich Garhammer
* used to be verhilft der Kirche in der Krise zu zeit- und evangeliumsgemäßen Schwerpunkten?
* Wie kann eine diözesane Standortbestimmung unterschiedliche Gruppen in Kirche und Gesellschaft einbeziehen?
Aus theologischer und organisationswissenschaftlicher Sicht analysiert der Autor die Gestaltung pastoraler Strategieprozesse und leitet praktische Folgerungen für künftige ortskirchliche Beteiligungsvorgänge ab.
By Elizabeth Drescher
In Choosing Our faith, Elizabeth Drescher explores the various, advanced religious lives of Nones throughout generations and throughout different types of self-identification equivalent to "Spiritual-But-Not-Religious," "Atheist," "Agnostic," "Humanist," "just Spiritual," and extra. Drawing on a couple of hundred interviews performed around the usa, Drescher opens a window into the lives of a large cross-section of Nones, diversified with recognize to age, gender, race, sexual orientation, and earlier spiritual heritage. She permits Nones to talk eloquently for themselves, illuminating the strategies during which they turned None, the assets of knowledge and thought that increase their religious lives, the practices they locate spiritually significant, how prayer services in religious lives no longer based on doctrinal trust, how morals and values are formed outdoors of institutional religions, and the way Nones method the non secular improvement in their personal children.
These compelling tales are deeply revealing approximately how faith is altering in America--both for Nones and for the religiously affiliated kinfolk, associates, and friends with whom their lives stay intertwined.
By Elvira King
By Endale Abebe
This e-book illustrates how the Roman Catholic missionaries devastated the traditional Christian societies in Ethiopia (the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahido Church). This exam exhibits why the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahido Church used to be left uncovered to repeated Islamic assaults and the offensive undertaking of Chalcedonian missionaries opposed to the aforementioned Church. The later prompted civil battle and Christological controversies that introduced the inner disintegration of Christian Ethiopia, which lasted for greater than centuries.