God Without God Pb Paperback
Western Spirituality without the Wrathful King
by Michael Hampson;
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God Without God Pb
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God Without God Pb by Michael Hampson was published by John Hunt Publishing in May 2008 and is our 48470th best seller. The ISBN for God Without God Pb is 9781846941023.
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Michael Hampson states that the Atheist rejects the God who is a “wrathful king” of arbitrary rule and suggests Christians should reject such a king too. He then takes the reader on a tour of the Western/Catholic Christian Tradition and introduces us to Elohim / Yahweh (names used for God in the Old Testament) who is the “Ground of All Being” and whose nature is love. Hampson moves on to show The Holy Trinity as an authentic way of understanding this God and insists that The Eucharist provides the shape for an authentic life in the Trinitarian faith. He deals constructively with the ideas and ideals of Church, Ministry and Sacraments as means by which all life may be valued and affirmed and goes on to outline a thoroughly moral liberal sexual ethic, grounded in the principle of absolute commitment.
Hampson has sought to provide an outline for a credible Christian lifestyle for the 21st Century and a firm spirituality based in the Western/Catholic tradition. Whilst he may not convince highly conservative Protestants (or Catholics, for that matter), be gives an indication of the backbone that is present in a very liberal (Catholic) vision of our Faith.
Mike Kneen, Team Vicar Leominster Priory, Herefordshire
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|Author / Artist||Michael Hampson|
|Publisher||John Hunt Publishing (May 2008)|
|Number of Pages||256|
|Page last updated||2nd October 2017|