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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Michael St A Miller
|Description:||x, 292 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Section I: Establishing conceptual foundations. Freedom as a concept and ideal --
Section II: Clearing a path for freedom. Free-will established as a Christian problematic ; Reformed, but not free ; The mixed message of the scriptures regarding freedom --
Section III: The journey toward freedom--restructuring theological foundations. Breaking away in the name of freedom ; God-talk and human freedom --
Section IV: Struggling for freedom at ground level. Freedom in its negative and positive aspects ; Freedom in imagination ; Modest imaginings for freedom-oriented ecclesiology.
|Responsibility:||Michael St. A. Miller.|
The promise of Christian faith is that "for freedom Christ has set us free." Yet in the witness and theology of the church this promise is frequently hampered and often undermined by claims about God