Fully Alive: The Apocalyptic Humanism of Karl Barth
"Fully Alive uses the work of Karl Barth to develop a humanism that can produce a form of Christianity that gives people hope in a time of uncertainty. It is assumed that Christianity no longer has social and political power but that makes possible a church that may actually tell the truth. Besides Barth, Reinhold Niebuhr plays a prominent role in the book, and race is treated in a retrospective essay"--
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