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Soul in society : the making and renewal of social Christianity

Author: Gary J Dorrien
Publisher: Minneapolis, MN : Fortress Press, ©1995.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gary J Dorrien
ISBN: 0800628918 9780800628918
OCLC Number: 32016566
Description: ix, 389 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: The Good society and the legacy of social Christianity. Troeltsch and the history of Chrsitian social teaching ; Rauschenbusch and the Christian social revolution ; Niebuhr, Bennett, and social Christianity ; Kaus and civic liberalism ; social Christianity today --
The Progressivist Faith. Shailer Mathews's reformist progressivism ; Walter Rauschenbusch and democratic socialism ; Mathews and Christian sociology ; Rauschenbusch and the struggle for the kingdom ; Mathews and foreign policy ; Rauschenbusch and the Great War ; Mathews and the War ; Harry Emerson Fosdick ; Mathews and modernism ; Justin Wroe Nixon ; Charles Clayton Morrison ; Reinhold Niebuhr and the Christian Century --
The Niebuhrian Turn. Niebuhr as Socialist ; Niebuhr as antifascist ; Niebuhr and realpolitik ; Nieuhr against the war in Vietnam ; Niebuhr as theologian ; Reinhold and H. Richard Niebuhr --
Disputing the "New Liberal Consensus". John C. Bennett ; Christian realism in a new era ; Liberation theologies ; Michael Novak and the Christian realist right ; Newconservatives and access to power ; Neuhaus and the Catholic moment --
Pluralization and the liberationist revolutions. Charles Clayton Morrison and Ecumenism ; John Courtney Murray and the American Proposition ; James H. Cone and Black Theology ; Womanist Theology ; Mary Daly and Feminist Theology ; Resemary Radford Ruether ; Women-Church --
Economic democracy and the Economics of nature. Democratic socialism and Christian realists ; Neoconservatism and Christian ethics ; Market socialism and economics democracy ; Cooperative enterprises in the United States ; Mutrual funds and Meidner Plan ; Ecotheology ; John B. Cobb Jr. and Third-Way Economics --
Social Christianity after Christendom. Habits of the heart ; Communitarianism and the Social Gospel ; Stanley Hauerwas and the kingdom ; Culture religion and American Christianity ; James Gustafson and the Church as participant ; The kingdom of Christ ; The next generation.
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