Mennonite and Classical Theology: Dogmatic Foundations for Christian Ethics

Book, 2001, 647 pp
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A collection of essays written over 20 years by A. James Reimer. Innovative ecumenical meditations on the era in which we live and what it means for Mennonites to think about the Christian faith in the contemporary world.
"Here a Mennonite theologian invents a new way of presenting his own theology. James Reimer introduces the reader to the dialogue with other theologians, thanks to which the evolution of his own thought has taken place. In this intellectual wrestling, Reimer becomes a theologian faithful to his own tradition and at the same time a creative participant in the wider ecumenical space of Christian theology. Non-Mennonite readers will find this book an excellent introduction to the richness of Mennonite thought." Gregory Baum, McGill University

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