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Saying yes and saying no : on rendering to God and Caesar

Author: Robert McAfee Brown
Publisher: Philadelphia : Westminster Press, ©1986.
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Brown, Robert McAfee, 1920-2001.
Saying yes and saying no.
Philadelphia : Westminster Press, ©1986
(OCoLC)561397404
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert McAfee Brown
ISBN: 0664246958 9780664246952
OCLC Number: 12977446
Description: 143 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Acknowledgments --
Personal introduction: on rendering to presbytery --
Barmen: a test case in saying yes and saying no --
On rendering to god and Caesar: a series of biblical excursions --
The "moral madness" of the prophets and the necessity for outrage --
Combating the national security state: "the preferential option for the poor" --
Grenada, preview of the future: when Caesar acts like god --
Nicaragua and the double standard: when truth is a casualty --
South Africa: beauty in the midst of ugliness --
Poland: caring in the midst of betrayal --
Sanctuary: can we still say yes to god and yes to the law of the land? --
Paid informers, deception, and lies: another test case in saying yes and saying no --
Personal conclusion: a letter to my grandson.
Responsibility: Robert McAfee Brown.

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Acknowledgments -- Personal introduction: on rendering to presbytery -- Barmen: a test case in saying yes and saying no -- On rendering to god and Caesar: a series of biblical excursions -- The "moral madness" of the prophets and the necessity for outrage -- Combating the national security state: "the preferential option for the poor" -- Grenada, preview of the future: when Caesar acts like god -- Nicaragua and the double standard: when truth is a casualty -- South Africa: beauty in the midst of ugliness -- Poland: caring in the midst of betrayal -- Sanctuary: can we still say yes to god and yes to the law of the land? -- Paid informers, deception, and lies: another test case in saying yes and saying no -- Personal conclusion: a letter to my grandson.

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