Honest to God

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Westminster John Knox Press, 2002 - Religion - 183 pages
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This is the fortieth anniversary edition of John Robinson's classic text.Honest to Godis a bracing and engaging call to re-examine outdated and troublesome images of God.

  

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User Review  - Robert Ingle - Goodreads

This is the book that I credit with leading me to my current panentheistic belief system. Read full review

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One of my favorites to read again and again. Read full review

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Contents

Reluctant Revolution
11
The End of Theism?
29
The Ground of Our Being
45
The Man for Others
64
Worldly Holiness
84
The New Morality
105
Recasting the Mould
122
Index
142
Honest to God in North America
145
Honest to God in Great Britain
163
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Robinson who for several years served as Bishop of Woolwich, England, was Dean of Trinity College, Cambridge.

Douglas John Hall is emeritus professor of theology at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec. Among the most widely read theologians in North America, Hall has written many popular and acclaimed works, including Lighten Our Darkness (1976), God and Human Suffering (1987), and Why Christian? (1998), as well as a full-scale trilogy in systematic theology: Thinking the Faith (1991), Professing the Faith (1996), and Confessing the Faith (1998), all from Fortress Press.

Rowan Williams was enthroned as Archbishop of Canterbury in February 2003. His previous positions include Archbishop of Wales, Lady Margaret Professor of Divinity, Oxford and Dean of Clare College, Cambridge. He has taught theology for more than fifteen years in five continents, worked as a parish priest, and published widely. His previous publications include "Teresa of Avila" (1991), "Open to Judgment" (1994) and "Sergi Bulgakov" (1999).

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