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'God Is Dead' and I Don't Feel So Good Myself

by Andrew David, Christopher J. Keller (Editor), Jon Stanley (Editor), D. Stephen Long

Publisher: Wipf & Stock Publishers
Pages: 208
Paperback
ISBN: 9781606085318






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Overview of 'God Is Dead' and I Don't Feel So Good Myself

In this pertinent and engaging volume leading Christian philosophers, theologians, and writers from all over the denominational map explode the black-and-white binaries that characterize both sides of the New Atheism debate. They transcend the self-assured shouting matches of this latest expression of the culture wars by engaging in rigorous, polychromatic Christian reflection that considers the extent to which the atheistic critique-both new and old-might help the church move toward a more mature faith, authentic spirituality, charitable witness, and peaceable practice. With generous openness and ferocious wit, this collection of essays, interviews, memoir, poetry, and visual art-including contributions from leading intellectuals, activists, and artists such as Stanley Hauerwas, Charles Taylor, John Milbank, Stanley Fish, Luci Shaw, Paul Roorda, Merold Westphal, and D. Stephen Long-provides substantive analysis, incisive critique, and a hopeful way forward for Christian dialog with atheist voices.

Synopsis of 'God Is Dead' and I Don't Feel So Good Myself

In this pertinent and engaging volume leading Christian philosophers, theologians, and writers from all over the denominational map explode the black-and-white binaries that characterize both sides of the New Atheism debate. They transcend the self-assured shouting matches of this latest expression of the culture wars by engaging in rigorous, polychromatic Christian reflection that considers the extent to which the atheistic critique-both new and old-might help the church move toward a more mature faith, authentic spirituality, charitable witness, and peaceable practice. With generous openness and ferocious wit, this collection of essays, interviews, memoir, poetry, and visual art-including contributions from leading intellectuals, activists, and artists such as Stanley Hauerwas, Charles Taylor, John Milbank, Stanley Fish, Luci Shaw, Paul Roorda, Merold Westphal, and D. Stephen Long-provides substantive analysis, incisive critique, and a hopeful way forward for Christian dialog with atheist voices.

About the Author, Andrew David

Andrew David is managing editor of The Other Journal and an editor with the University of Washington in Seattle. He is coeditor with Chris Keller of Remembering the Future (Cascade, 2009) and the Experiences in Evangelicalism book series with Cascade Books (Jesus Girls, 2009).Christopher J. Keller is editor-in-chief of The Other Journal. He is a psychotherapist and an instructor at Mars Hill Graduate School.Jon Stanley is theology editor for The Other Journal He is a psychotherapist and a doctoral candidate in philosophical theology at the Institute for Christian Studies in Toronto.

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