Quinton Dixie and Peter Eisenstadt focus on the first half of Thurman’s life, finding there not only the deep and complex roots of his mature works, but also a far-reaching influence on historical events and actors.
Friday, Saturday, Sunday: Literary Meditations on Suffering, Death, and New Life
David S. Cunningham
New Faces of Christianity: Believing the Bible in the Global South
A Time to Embrace: Same-Gender Relationships in Religion, Law, and Politics
William Stacy Johnson
The Way That Leads There: Augustinian Reflections on the Christian Life
Tenebrae: Holy Week After the Holocaust
Who's Afraid of Postmodernism? Taking Derrida, Lyotard, and Foucault to Church
James K. A. Smith
Howard Thurman: Essential Writings
Luther E. Smith Jr., ed.
Cross Examinations: Readings on the Meaning of the Cross Today
Cunningham invites readers to take their own Holy Week pilgrimage through suffering and death to resurrection and the promise of new life. Companions on the way include Shakespeare, T. S. Eliot, Janet Morley and Edward Albee.
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