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Wesley For Armchair Theologians

Author : William J. Abraham
ISBN : 0664226213
Genre : Religion
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This accessible study of John Wesley presents the founder of Methodism in an interesting and engaging way. The intriguing illustrations make this an excellent introduction to the work of this important Christian figure.

The Reformation For Armchair Theologians

Author : Glenn S. Sunshine
ISBN : 0664228151
Genre : Religion
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This readable, accessible narrative story of the Protestant Reformation is written for lay audiences. It is part of the popular Westminster John Knox Press Armchair series and is illustrated with memorable cartoons by Ron Hill. The chapters of the book are suitable for use in church adult education settings to provide a solid grounding in the history of the Reformation and its leading ideas. Questions for discussion and suggestions for further reading provided for each chapter make this book great for group study. Since the Protestant Reformation is such a formative event in the lives of churches, it is important to have an accessible resource to tell its story available for laypersons in all denominations. Written by experts but designed for the nonexpert, the Armchair series provides accurate, concise, and witty overviews of some of the most profound moments and theologians in Christian history. These books are an essential supplement for first-time encounters with primary texts, a lucid refresher for scholars and clergy, and an enjoyable read for the theologically curious.

Dorothy Day For Armchair Theologians

Author : Elizabeth Hinson-Hasty
ISBN : 9780664236854
Genre : Religion
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"Dorothy Day was more than an 'armchair' theologian enjoying casual conversations about theology with friends from the comfort of her easy chair. She was a theologian with 'street cred.' Day commands respect because of her experience living among, with, and as the marginalized. Her awareness and knowledge of the challenges faced by people living in poverty stemmed from and were shaped by her relationships with them. The presumed distance of academic objectivity does not apply to her story. She did more than think and talk about her faith; she embodied it. She did more than challenge the failures of the Christian church or surrounding local community to address the needs of people in poverty; she created new community." --from the introduction

Liberation Theology For Armchair Theologians

Author : MIGUEL DE LA TORRE
ISBN : 9780664238131
Genre : Religion
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In this helpful addition to the Armchair Theologians series, Miguel A. De La Torre provides a concise overview of the global religious movement known as liberation theology that focuses on defining the major themes of this movement, as well as dispelling some common misconceptions. Liberation theology attempts to reflect upon the divine as understood from the poor, the marginalized, and the disenfranchised. The key figures, historical developments, and interfaith manifestations are all explored in this thorough introduction. Expertly written by De La Torre and accompanied by Ron Hill's illustrations, this book will serve as a primary text for those who may have little knowledge of or have never heard of liberation theology.

Methodism A Very Short Introduction

Author : William J. Abraham
ISBN : 9780192523259
Genre : Religion
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Beginning as a renewal movement within Anglicanism in the eighteenth century, Methodism had become the largest Protestant denomination in the USA in the nineteenth century, and is today one of the most vibrant forms of Christianity. Representing a complex spiritual and evangelistic experiment that involves a passionate commitment to worldwide mission, it covers a global network of Christian denominations. In this Very Short Introduction William J. Abraham trace Methodism from its origins in the work of John Wesley and the hymns of his brother, Charles Wesley, in the eighteenth century, right up to the present. Considering the identity, nature, and history of Methodism, Abraham provides a fresh account of the place of Methodism in the life and thought of the Christian Church. Describing the message of Methodism, and who the Methodists are, he also considers the practices of Methodism, and discusses the global impact of Methodism and its decline in the homelands. Finally Abraham looks forward, and considers the future prospects for Methodism. ABOUT THE SERIES: The Very Short Introductions series from Oxford University Press contains hundreds of titles in almost every subject area. These pocket-sized books are the perfect way to get ahead in a new subject quickly. Our expert authors combine facts, analysis, perspective, new ideas, and enthusiasm to make interesting and challenging topics highly readable.

A Man Of One Book

Author : Donald A. Bullen
ISBN : 1842275135
Genre : Religion
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John Wesley claimed to be a man of one book and early Wesley scholarship accepted uncritically that the Bible was his supreme authority. In the late twentieth-century American Wesley scholars discussed what has been termed the Wesley Quadrilateral (the authority of the Bible, tradition, reason and experience) and this to some extent does help explain the method by which Wesley read and interpreted the Bible. However, modern biblical reader-response criticism has drawn attention to the central role of the reader in his/her interpretation of scriptural texts. Donald Bullen argues that Wesley came to the Bible as a reader with the presuppositions of an eighteenth century High Church, Arminian Anglican, in which tradition he had grown up. He then found his beliefs confirmed in the scriptural text. Claiming to base all his beliefs on the Bible, he found himself in controversy with others who made similar claims but came to different conclusions. The implications of this are explored in depth.

Proceedings Of The Wesley Historical Society

Author : Wesley Historical Society
ISBN : STANFORD:36105132672309
Genre : Methodism
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Commentary Reference Survey

Author : John Glynn
ISBN : STANFORD:36105131772969
Genre : Religion
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Now in its tenth edition, this reliable, acclaimed guide lists and ranks approximately 900 commentaries and 1,600 other biblical resources for the benefit of professors, Bible students, and pastors. Two new chapters on exegetical software round out this comprehensive guide.

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Author : Samuel Dunn
ISBN : OXFORD:591041682
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Missiology

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105131554029
Genre : Religion and culture
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