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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Review: Beyond Tragedy: Essays on the Christian Interpretation of History

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

Review: Beyond Tragedy: Essays on the Christian Interpretation of History

User Review  - 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

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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