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by Langdon Gilkey

eBook Message and Existence: An Introduction to Christian Theology epub
  • ISBN: 0866839534
  • Author: Langdon Gilkey
  • Genre: Religion
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Winston Pr; New edition edition (November 1, 1980)
  • Pages: 272 pages
  • ePUB size: 1589 kb
  • FB2 size 1407 kb
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Includes bibliographical references. Introduction - Faith, community and tradition - Revelation and technology - The symbol of human creatureliness - The symbol of God - The human predicament: estrangement and sin.

Includes bibliographical references. Introduction - Faith, community and tradition - Revelation and technology - The symbol of human creatureliness - The symbol of God - The human predicament: estrangement and sin - Jesus as the Christ - Human existence as communal. - The Holy Spirit and the Kingdom.

Gilkey was a prolific author, with 15 books and over 100 articles to his . Message and Existence: An Introduction to Christian Theology 1979.

Perhaps his most widely read book was the story of his own l journey. In Shantung Compound: The Story of Men and Women Under Pressure (1966), Gilkey narrates his departure from the liberal Protestant belief system during World War II when he was made a prisoner of war in the "Civilian Internment Center" near Weihsien for two-and-a-half years (1943–1945).

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Volume 7, Issue 2. Fall 1980, pp. 348-349. Message and Existence: An Introduction to Christian Theoiogy. New York: The Seabury Press, 1979. Richard P. McBrien (a1). University of Notre Dame.

Ships from and sold by Gramma Lions Books. Langdon Gilkey has taught most recently at Georgetown University, the University of Virginia, and the University of Chicago Divinity School, where he is the Shailer Mathews Professor of Theology (emeritus).

A prominent American Protestant Theologian, Langdon Gilkey authored fifteen books and several . A Christian Interpretation of History (1976), and Message and Existence: An Introduction to Christian Theology (1979).

A prominent American Protestant Theologian, Langdon Gilkey authored fifteen books and several hundred scholarly articles during his career.

3 Although that spurred Gilkeys passion to write books about the human nature of sin and our flawed being he had quite the background in religion. His father was the Chaplin at the University of Chicago. Gilkey completed his undergrad at Harvard University and became a student of Reinhold Niebuhr while attending the Union Theological Seminary to obtain his P. 4 Gilkey practiced a protestant belief but he was very passionate in trying to find the middle ground between science and faith.

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