The Command of Grace: Foundations for a Theology at the Centre of Life (Paperback)Paul D. Janz (author)
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Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Number of pages: 192
Weight: 318 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 18 mm
-Maury Schepers O.P., Worship, Vol. 84, July 2010
'Combining rigorous rationality with an engaging enthusiasm, this book crafts a theological apologetics that is at once original and instructive of how we can freshly avail ourselves of key elements of tradition. With clear, gracious, and compelling writing, it enlists an impressive array of theological and philosophical resources along with homely examples to make its case. An example of constructive theology at its best.'
Elizabeth Ann Johnson, Distinguished Professor of Theology, Fordham University, New York, USA--Sanford Lakoff
'Paul Janz's The Command of Grace: A New Theological Apologetics is a sophisticated, lucid, and original argument for reorienting Christian theology toward God's living reality. Janz's focus on the Hebraic sources of Christian theology and engagement with Jewish thought are particularly welcome and compelling. Anyone interested in the possibilities of Christian theology today as well as anyone concerned with the limits of theology and philosophy more generally will learn a tremendous amount from this work. In short, this book is an outstanding feat that will provoke discussion on the limits and powerful potential of theology for many years to come.'
Leora Batnitzky, Professor of Religion, Princeton University, USA--Sanford Lakoff
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