An Examined Faith: The Grace of Self-doubt

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Fortress Press - 119 psl.
This beautiful book offers poems and literary pieces for Sundays and principal feasts throughout the liturgical year. Each selection relates to an aspect of the Scripture readings for the Eucharist in the Revised Common Lectionary, the Roman Catholic lectionary, and the Book of Common Prayer. Drawn from many centuries and many countries-including Britain, Ireland, North America, Africa, and Australia, these readings bridging literature and liturgy can prompt private prayer or public worship through imaginative engagement. A short note before each passage connects with an idea, image, or story found in one of the biblical readings or the seasonal theme. From Robert Herrick to Brendan Kennelly, from Christina Rossetti to Emily Dickinson, from Dante to Monica Furlong, the poets, novelists, and playwrights gathered here bring an added dimension that graces the life of the church.
 

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Introduction The Issues and Their Importance
1
The Importance of This Project
7
Strategies to Avoid the Issues
13
The Human An Intersection of Disciplines
18
Conversation about the Human
19
Confronting Disciplinary Dissonance
27
Conclusion
32
Naturalistic and Theological Interpretations of the Human
35
Inferences to Be Drawn
73
Navigating the Intersections The Light of Truth
78
Rejection Absorption Accommodation
84
The Almighty Has His Own Purposes From Politics to Theology
96
George W Bush and Osama bin Laden
101
God Prefers the Poor and the Oppressed
103
The Almighty Has His Own Purposes
106
Notes
110

Theologians on Sciences and the Human
37
The Importance of Contexts
67

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