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New Religious Humanists: A Reader

G Wolfe (Ed)

New Religious Humanists: A Reader

G Wolfe (Ed)

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"In Gregory Wolfe's collection, The New Religious Humanists, we find the work of a new group of religious intellectuals who have a compelling vision for cultural renewal. In his Introduction Wolfe argues that the only viable alternative to the tired debates between Left and Right comes from one of the oldest - and most relevant - strains of the Judeo-Christian tradition." "The writers and topics gathered here offer a rich feast for the mind and heart, including moving personal narratives, meditations on the role of faith in public life, and reflections on environmentalism, abortion, biotechnology, and the arts."--BOOK JACKET. Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

- Publisher This vibrant collection heralds the return of religious criticism to the mainstream, with a dynamic array of new writers who have gone back to the traditional sources of their beliefs to find fresh ways of addressing the complexities of life.

- Publisher In Gregory Wolfe's collection, The New Religious Humanists, we find the work of a new group of religious intellectuals who have a compelling vision for cultural renewal. In his Introduction Wolfe argues that the only viable alternative to the tired debates between Left and Right comes from one of the oldest - and most relevant - strains of the Judeo-Christian tradition. The writers and topics gathered here offer a rich feast for the mind and heart, including moving personal narratives, meditations on the role of faith in public life, and reflections on environmentalism, abortion, biotechnology, and the arts.

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"In Gregory Wolfe's collection, The New Religious Humanists, we find the work of a new group of religious intellectuals who have a compelling vision for cultural renewal. In his Introduction Wolfe argues that the only viable alternative to the tired debates between Left and Right comes from one of the oldest - and most relevant - strains of the Judeo-Christian tradition." "The writers and topics gathered here offer a rich feast for the mind and heart, including moving personal narratives, meditations on the role of faith in public life, and reflections on environmentalism, abortion, biotechnology, and the arts."--BOOK JACKET. Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
- Publisher

This vibrant collection heralds the return of religious criticism to the mainstream, with a dynamic array of new writers who have gone back to the traditional sources of their beliefs to find fresh ways of addressing the complexities of life.
- Publisher

In Gregory Wolfe's collection, The New Religious Humanists, we find the work of a new group of religious intellectuals who have a compelling vision for cultural renewal. In his Introduction Wolfe argues that the only viable alternative to the tired debates between Left and Right comes from one of the oldest - and most relevant - strains of the Judeo-Christian tradition. The writers and topics gathered here offer a rich feast for the mind and heart, including moving personal narratives, meditations on the role of faith in public life, and reflections on environmentalism, abortion, biotechnology, and the arts.
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  • Catalogue Code 124311
  • Product Code 0684832542
  • EAN 9780684832548
  • Pages 331
  • Department Academic
  • Category Philosophy
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Simon & Schuster
  • Publication Date Mar 1998
  • Dimensions 240 x 160 x 29 mm
  • Weight 0.614kg

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