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By Ian S. Markham(auth.)

This ground-breaking booklet demanding situations readers to reconsider the divide among liberal and orthodox ways which characterises Christianity today.

  • Provides an alternative choice to the liberal / orthodox divide in modern Christianity.
  • Defends Christianity’s engagement with non-Christian traditions.
  • Includes vital dialogue of theological approach.
  • Illustrated with case reviews regarding human rights, interfaith tolerance, economics, and ethics.

Content:
Chapter 1 creation (pages 1–6):
Chapter 1 Engagement: What it truly is and Why it issues (pages 7–29):
Chapter 2 Augustine's Theological technique (pages 30–47):
Chapter three Assimilation, Resistance, and Overhearing (pages 48–61):
Chapter four Assimilation: Engagement with Human Rights (pages 62–70):
Chapter five Resistance: The Heresy of kingdom Sovereignty and the non secular important for Intervention to shield Human Rights (pages 71–85):
Chapter 6 Assimilation: the significance of the Black and Feminist views (pages 86–108):
Chapter 7 Overhearing: conflict of Discourses ? Secular within the West opposed to the Secular in India (pages 109–122):
Chapter eight Overhearing: brooding about Hinduism, Inclusivity, and Toleration (pages 123–137):
Chapter nine Assimilation: Christianity and the Consensus round Capitalism (pages 138–146):
Chapter 10 Assimilation and Overhearing: Rethinking Globalization ? Bediuzzaman acknowledged Nursi's Risale?I Nur, Hardt, and Negri (pages 147–158):
Chapter eleven Keith Ward: An Engaged Theologian (pages 159–167):
Chapter 12 attractive with the Pope: Engagement but now not Engagement (pages 168–190):
Chapter thirteen the form of an Engaged Theology (pages 191–207):

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