Faith on Earth: An Inquiry Into the Structure of Human Faith

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Yale University Press, 1991 - Religion - 138 pages
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This important book is an accessible and detailed statement on faith by H. Richard Niebuhr, one of the leading American theologians of this century. Edited by the author's son, himself a distinguished writer and thinker on religious issues, it makes available Niebuhr's last major unpublished writings.
 

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While this work suffers from many of the problems characteristic of posthumously edited collections, it is a significant exposition of the nature of human faith and a worthy addition to the corpus of ... Read full review

Contents

FAITH IN QUESTION
1
THE METHOD OF REFLECTION
23
BELIEVING AND KNOWING
31
THE STRUCTURE OF FAITH
43
BROKEN FAITH
63
THE RECONSTRUCTION OF FAITH
83
THE COMMUNITY OF FAITH
102
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