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Persons in Community

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'Persons in Community' highlights the basic insights from the ecumenical Christian tradition that still provide guidance and inspiration in the human quest for personal integrity, as well as the pressing need for justice, peace and freedom today.


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'Persons in Community' highlights the basic insights from the ecumenical Christian tradition that still provide guidance and inspiration in the human quest for personal integrity, as well as the pressing need for justice, peace and freedom today.
-Publisher

What does it mean to be a person? What are the essential features of personhood revealed by Scripture and explicated in Christian doctrine? And -- perhaps most crucial to our modern times -- how does the religious view of personhood align with the views of contemporary philosophy, science, and the arts? This volume seeks to answer these questions in ways that will particularly enrich and enliven the witness of the church.^The fruit of extensive conversations between sixty pastor-theologians from across the United States -- many of whom are contributors to the volume -- "Persons in Community" highlights the basic insights from the ecumenical Christian tradition that still provide guidance and inspiration in the human quest for personal integrity, justice, peace, and freedom today. The authors first examine anew the concept of people as Godbs image-bearers from biblical, doctrinal, and cultural perspectives. They then develop a fresh portrait of people as Godbs faithful and prudent managers, created to live,in loving community.^Contributors: Byron C. Bangert^Joseph A. Bassett^John Christopherson^Deborah Rahn Clemens^Richard R. Crocker^F. Harry Daniel^Pamela Fickenscher^Richard L. Floyd^Sonja Hagander^David Henderson^Scott Hoezee^Albert H. Keller^J. Harold McKeithen Jr. ^Allen C. McSween Jr. ^David Miles^W. Rush Otey^Robert S. Rice^John B. Rogers Jr. ^John Rollefson^J. Barry Vaughn
-Publisher

What does it mean to be a person? What are the essential features of personhood revealed by Scripture and explicated in Christian doctrine? And -- perhaps most crucial to our modern times -- how does the religious view of personhood align with the views of contemporary philosophy, science, and the arts? This volume seeks to answer these questions in ways that will particularly enrich and enliven the witness of the church.The fruit of extensive conversations between sixty pastor-theologians from across the United States -- many of whom are contributors to the volume -- "Persons in Community" highlights the basic insights from the ecumenical Christian tradition that still provide guidance and inspiration in the human quest for personal integrity, justice, peace, and freedom today. The authors first examine anew the concept of people as Godbs image-bearers from biblical, doctrinal, and cultural perspectives. They then develop a fresh portrait of people as Godbs faithful and prudent managers, created to live,in loving community.Contributors: Byron C. BangertJoseph A. BassettJohn ChristophersonDeborah Rahn ClemensRichard R. CrockerF. Harry DanielPamela FickenscherRichard L. FloydSonja HaganderDavid HendersonScott HoezeeAlbert H. KellerJ. Harold McKeithen Jr. Allen C. McSween Jr. David MilesW. Rush OteyRobert S. RiceJohn B. Rogers Jr. John RollefsonJ. Barry Vaughn
-Publisher

PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 210645
  • Product Code 0802822037
  • EAN 9780802822031
  • Pages 176
  • Department Academic
  • Category Theology
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Eerdmans
  • Publication Date Apr 2004
  • Dimensions 235 x 159 x 19mm
  • Weight 0.295kg

William Lazareth (Ed)

Lazareth is program associate for the Pastor-Theologian Program at the Center of Theological Inquiry, Princeton, New Jersey.

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