Speaking of Christianity by Robert McAfee Brown
Practical Compassion, Social Justice, and Other Wonders

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Renowned theologian Robert McAfee Brown believes that Christianity cannot be fenced off or separated from the world, but must always be viewed in relation to other realms of society. Making religious and moral concepts integral to real life is the challenge that Brown presents in this book. This call to a more active faith is perfect for use in study groups or for personal reflection.

Here, Brown puts his belief to the test, writing on Christianity and a multitude of topics.

 

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Published October 1, 1997 by Westminster John Knox Press. 172 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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Brown, Emeritus Professor of Theology and Ethics at Pacific School of Religion In Berkeley, Calif., has assembled a collection of 21 pieces composed over the last 25 years, organized around the challe

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