Beyond tragedy: essays on the Christian interpretation of history

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C. Scribner's Sons, 1965 - Christianity - 306 pages
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User Review  - Jamall - Goodreads

Niebuhr's nascent, though rich, theological views are in this text. Some essential readings are in this. He can be a little vague but very persuasive. Read full review

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User Review  - Gordon Laatz - Goodreads

Every American should read this book to understand the peculiar dynamics behind American politics and to see where their Christian views may have caused them to create political idolatry. Read full review

Contents

As Deceivers Yet True
3
The Suffering Servant and the Son
171
The Things That Are and the Things That
215
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