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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Dan Otto Via
|Description:||viii, 198 p. ; 18 cm.|
|Contents:||Theological perspective: justice, judgment, and evil --
Introduction: justice, judgment, and national repentance --
Distributive and retributive justice in the Bible and in Aristotle --
The people under judgment : a biblical motif --
9/11 as an evil committed by al-Qaeda --
9/11 and justice in America : a hermeneutics of judgment --
What have we been doing? Where might we be healed? --
Introduction : in between warning and disaster --
What have we been doing since 9/11?Domestic affairs --
What have we been doing since 9/11? Foreign affairs --
Conclusion : dangerous scenarios and hopeful opportunities.
|Series Title:||Facets (Fortress Press)|
|Responsibility:||Dan O. Via.|
"Communities of Christians seem caught today on either one side or the other as a widening theological gap between the proclamation of God's justice and the proclamation of God's judgement."