Faith And Politics After Christendom Paperback
The Church As A Movement for Anarchy
by Jonathan Bartley;
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Faith And Politics After Christendom
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As part of the post-Christendom series this book will offer perspectives and resources for Christians and churches no longer at the centre of society but on the margins. It invites a realistic and hopeful response to challenges and opportunities awaiting the church in twenty-fi rst century politics. In particular, the book suggests that where it has previously defended the social order, the church now has a brand new opportunity to exercise its prophetic role, challenging injustice, shaking institutions and undermining some of the central values and norms on which society is built.
Faith And Politics After Christendom by Jonathan Bartley was published by Paternoster Press in June 2006 and is our 13547th best seller. The ISBN for Faith And Politics After Christendom is 9781842273487.
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Faith and Politics After ChristendomPaul Collins, via The Good Book Stall
This is an accessible discussion of an important debate, which is being conducted at a variety of levels at the present moment. The deconstruction of the traditional understanding of the relationship of the Church to the political system in the West is a welcome contribution to this ongoing debate. The appeal to ‘anarchy’ should not dismay more conservative readers as Jonathan Bartley uses this term to make an appeal to Gospel values. A good read, which most thinking believers will find beneficial for their understanding of having faith the contemporary context.
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|Page last updated||24th June 2014|
|Author / Artist||Jonathan Bartley|
|Publisher||Paternoster Press (June 2006)|
|Number of Pages||176|