The hermeneutics of charity: interpretation, selfhood, and postmodern faith

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BrazosPress, Sep 15, 2004 - Religion - 272 pages
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A substantial collection of philosophical and theological essays that examine the constructive intersection of Christianity and cutting-edge thought.

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Contents

Acknowledgments
9
A Poetic Tribute
19
A Heretical Tribute
41
Copyright

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James K. A. Smith is associate professor of philosophy at Calvin College and the author of several books, including Introducing Radical Orthodoxy and Whos Afraid of Postmodernism? The latter received awards from Christianity Today, ForeWord magazine, and the Word Guild of Canada.

James K. A. Smith (Ph.D., Villanova University) is associate professor of philosophy and the former director of the Seminars in Christian Scholarship at Calvin College. He is the author of Introducing Radical Orthodoxy and Speech and Theology. James H. Olthuis (Ph.D., Free University) is emeritus professor of philosophical theology at the Institute for Christian Studies in Toronto. He is the author or editor of numerous books.

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