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eBook THE NEW LIBERALISM Faith for the Third Millennium ePub

by Jonathan Clatworthy

  • ISBN: 0952194813
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Jonathan Clatworthy
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: The Modern Churchpeople's Union (1998)
  • Pages: 154
  • ePub book: 1830 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1324 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
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ISBN13:9780952194811. Release Date:January 1998.

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Jonathan Clatworthy s book is one manifestation of this. Clearly written, with a firm grounding in the historical and intellectual background of contemporary debates, and plenty of common sense, he argues for the properly theological truth of liberalism. This work will encourage many to move from the defensive to speak out all the more strongly for the rightness as well as the humaneness of a liberal approach. -George Pattison, Lady Margaret Professor of Divinity, University of Oxford. Everything you hoped you'd never need to know about fundamentalism, and were afraid might be true.

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"I offer a creed for this third millennium. Faith in your strength and your endurance. Hope in a brighter and better tomorrow. A creed as old as this third millennium. A creed summed up in three words - faith, and hope, and love. Faith in yourselves! Faith in your strength and your endurance. Hope for your children and your children's children, and their children. What I can't understand, Judith,' said Dr Moshe Chasen to his new Secretary several days later over lunch in the new Secretary's office, 'is why you ever accepted this position. You can't serve two masters! You are now a political appointee ti.

Clatworthy starts by outlining the history of our current problem. The antagonism between belief and science, he says, is the product of a unique history

Clatworthy starts by outlining the history of our current problem. The antagonism between belief and science, he says, is the product of a unique history. The either/or dichotomy that emerged from this story is not inevitable and places us at odds with countless other cultures who find a way to hold the two in suspension. Using the most common reasons for belief, including design, values, morality, and experience, Clatworthy creates a compelling tapestry that commends belief in God in the scientific age. An essential read for anyone interested in science, spirituality, and faith in the modern.

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The book begins with Kate Carté Engel’s examination of how the founders’ story is retold by conservative Christianity in a way that continually reaffirms their vision of the nation’s moral purpose and serves as a call to action to rebuild what has been lost (9)-a task that, as other authors illustrate, is taken up in a variety of ways.