Working with Words: On Learning to Speak Christian ePub download
by Stanley Hauerwas
- ISBN: 1608999688
- ISBN13: 978-1608999682
- ePub: 1454 kb | FB2: 1686 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Religious Studies
- Publisher: Wipf & Stock Pub (February 16, 2011)
- Pages: 340
- Rating: 4.9/5
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Working with Words book. Hauerwas provides compelling and challenging reflections for those who desire to think deeply about the Christian faith.
Working with Words book. Jul 13, 2015 Paul Klitzke rated it it was amazing. Fantastic book, Hauerwas addresses an important topic, through past sermons, lectures and some new content too.
The essays and sermons in Working with Words reveal that the vibrancy of Stanley Hauerwas arises from his single-minded, manic determination to learn from Jesus and the Scriptures to see and speak as a Christian-and to teach other Christians to do the same. Peter J. Leithart, president, Trinity House Institute for Biblical, Liturgical, & Cultural Studies. Title: Working with Words: On Learning to Speak Christian. Author: Stanley Hauerwas. Print Publication Date: 2011.
Stanley Hauerwas is Gilbert T. Rowe Professor of Theological Ethics at Duke Divinity School. Publisher's Weekly named his memoir, Hannah's Child: A Theologian's Memoir, one of the Best Religion Titles of 2010. Zasady dotyczące zamieszczania opinii.
The nice parallel here is that Stanley Hauerwas's recent book Working with Words came about because of people like . For a long time medicine is one of the places where I've disagreed with Hauerwas, having read his book on theology and medicine when I was a seminarian.
The nice parallel here is that Stanley Hauerwas's recent book Working with Words came about because of people like me, folks who enjoy reading Hauerwas's essays and sermons and who have learned to "speak Christian" to a large extent because of his influence.
In this book Stanley Hauerwas returns to the basics of "doing" theology. Working with Words: On Learning to Speak Christian. Revisiting some of his earliest philosophical and theological views to better understand and clarify what he has said before, Hauerwas explores how theological reflection can be understood as an exercise in practical reason. Hauerwas includes chapters on a wide array of topics, including "How I Think I Learned to Think Theologically," "How the Holy Spirit Works," "How to Write a Theological Sentence," and "How to Be Theologically Funny. Performing the Faith: Bonhoeffer and the Practice of Nonviolence.
Working with Words: On Learning to Speak Christian.
Working with Words: On Learning to Speak Christian Wipf and Stock (February 16, 2011). In this work, eminent theologian Stanley Hauerwas shows how the sermon is the best context for doing good theology. The crucial challenge for theology is that when it is read the reader thinks, "This is true. Recognizing claims that are "true" enables readers to identify an honest expression of life's complexities. He writes, "I am convinced that the recovery of the sermon as the context for theological reflection is crucial if Christians are to negotiate the world in which we find ourselves.
Note: This book is also published under the title Learning to Speak Christian
Note: This book is also published under the title Learning to Speak Christian. This is one of two books Hauerwas has published this year (War and the American Difference being the other). He must be cleaning out his desk as he is about to retire, though I would not be surprised if the books keep coming.
Working with Words: On Learning to Speak Christian (2011). Eminent Theologian Stanley Hauerwas to Speak at Oberlin College Sept. War and the American Difference: Theological Reflections on Violence and National Identity (2011). Without Apology: Sermons for Christ's Church (2013). Archivado desde el original el 24 September 2015. Eugene, OR: Cascade, 2011.
Christianity’s political voice in US society is often situated within a simplistic binary of social justice versus faithfulness. Gary Dorrien and Stanley Hauerwas, respectively, represent the two sides of the binary in their work. In Stone-Campbell Journal 14:2 (Fall 2011), 259–261.