Speaking of Christianity: Practical Compassion, Social Justice, and Other Wonders

Book, 1997, 161 pp
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Renowned theologian Robert McAfee Brown believes that Christianity cannot be fenced off or separated from the world, but is always in relation to the world. Making religious and moral concepts integral to real life is the challenge that Brown puts to Christians with this book. The key to this insightful text is Brown's belief that true spirituality comes when Christians look at all aspects of their lives with their religion in mind.

Brown covers an array of issues from God to politics, from evangelism to cooking, from martyrdom to ecology, and from anti-Semitism to earthquakes. He discusses society's attitudes toward many of these issues, and how popular attitudes are influenced by Christianity.
PublisherWestminster John Knox Press

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