With God in Human Trust: Christian Faith and Contemporary Humanism : a Meeting of Minds

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Sussex Academic Press, Jan 1, 1999 - Philosophy - 272 pages
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Arguing that theism has always understood the divine as awaiting human cognizance and worship, this book pursues a penetrating sense of things divinely human and humanly divine through 10 themes central to religion: language, law, love, truth, tribe, selfhood, nature, power, time, and worship. A final chapter clinches the distinctive case for Christianity as divine risk. The argument is illuminated by examples from different religions, literature, and poetry.

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About the author (1999)

Kenneth Cragg was a bishop in the Anglican Jurisdiction in Jerusalem and elsewhere in the Middle East, and played ecclesiastical roles in Africa and India. He is the author of several books, including A Certain Sympathy of Scriptures, The Christian Jesus, The Education of Christian Faith, Faith at Suicide, Faiths in Their Pronouns, God's Wrong Is Most of All, Readings in the Qur'an, Semitism, and The Weight in the Word.

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