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|May 2, 2010

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Wide-ranging and ambitious, Justice combines moral philosophy and Christian ethics to develop an important theory of rights and of justice as grounded in rights. Nicholas Wolterstorff discusses what it is to have a right, and he locates rights in the respect due…

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Well-known Christian philosopher Nicholas Wolterstorff has authored many books that have contributed significantly to scholarship in several subjects. In Lament for a Son he writes not as a scholar but as a loving father grieving the loss of his son. In brief…
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|January 23, 2020

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World-renowned Christian philosopher. Beloved professor. Author of the classic  Lament for a Son . Nicholas Wolterstorff is all of these and more. His memoir,  In This World of Wonders,  opens a remarkable new window into the life and thought of…
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|June 30, 1984

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Faith and Rationality investigates the rich implications of what the authors call "Calvinistic" or "Reformed epistemology." This is the view of knowledge-enunciated by Calvin, further developed by Barth-that sees belief in God as its own foundation; in the…
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|April 2, 2019

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From one of the world’s leading philosophers, this is a powerful defense of religion’s role within the modern university What is religion’s place within the academy today? Are the perspectives of religious believers acceptable in an academic…

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Participation in religious liturgies and rituals is a pervasive and remarkably complex form of human activity. This book opens with a discussion of the nature of liturgical activity and then explores various dimensions of such activity. Over the past fifty years…
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|June 13, 2015

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An eminent Christian philosopher's take on justice, rights, wrongs -- and what love has to do with it all Love  and  justice  have long been prominent themes in the moral culture of the West, yet they are often considered to be almost…
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|April 9, 2015

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In The God We Worship Nicholas Wolterstorff takes a ground-up approach to liturgical theology, examining the oft-hidden implications of traditional elements of liturgy. Given that ?no liturgy has ever been composed from scratch,? Wolterstorff argues that the…

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Christianity's demographics, vitality, and influence have tipped markedly toward the global South and East. Addressing this seismic shift, one of today's leading Christian scholars reflects on what he has learned about justice through his encounters with world…

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In Lamentations, we read of the unbearable grief experienced by a group of believers. Leslie Allen suggests the book can be read as the script of a liturgy performed to help the people of God come to terms with the fall of Jerusalem and the national catastrophe…
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|January 23, 2020

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How can we hold fast to the hope of life eternal when we lose someone we love? In this book William Abraham reflects on the nature of certainty and the logic of hope in the context of an experience of devastating grief. Abraham opens with a stark account of the…
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|March 14, 2019

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Recovers the lost messages of Mark, Matthew, Luke-Acts, and John for people today The words of the gospels were meant to be  heard . While we can still appreciate the construction and grasp some understanding when we read, we miss much of the message because…
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