Bound to Be Free: The Paradox of Freedom
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About "Bound to Be Free: The Paradox of Freedom"
This book explores a Christian vision of freedom set against a backdrop of rising violence, division and secularism. What is the best definition of freedom in the modern world? How can Christian visions of freedom engage with contrasting ideologies and traditions? Graham Tomlin, author of Looking Through the Cross, unpacks these notions and explores why freedom is something to be learnt, not assumed, and is better understood as a gift rather than a right.
Meet the Author
The Revd Dr Graham Tomlin (D.Phil., Oxon) is the Dean of St Mellitus College, London. He has authored a number of books including The Power of the Cross: Theology and the Death of Christ in Paul, Luther and Pascal (Paternoster 1999), The Provocative Church(SPCK 2002), The Responsive Church,(Intervarsity Press, 2002), The Seven Deadly Sins and How to Overcome Them (Lion 2007), Luther and his World (Lion 2002), and Spiritual Fitness (Continuum, 2006).
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