By William Schweiker
During this insightful and view the sensible demanding situations and percentages for Christian lifestyles within the international age, Schweiker investigates Christianity’s present relevance and discusses how the lifetime of religion should be orientated.
- Explores the massive non secular issues of contemporary existence, together with spiritual identification in international instances, the position of moral sense, integrity, and types of spiritual humanism
- Written by way of an writer who's the world over famous as one of many world’s major theologians
- Draws at the paintings of a few trendy modern philosophers and theologians to elucidate the character of faith
- Unique in its appreciation of the paradox of faith – in its representations of the top human achievements in addition to the very worst of human activities – utilizing a balanced and engaged method of discusses contentious theological and highbrow issues
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