God and Globalization, Volume 4: Globalization and Grace

In the first century St. Paul believed that God’s divinity was everywhere manifest and nowhere fully heeded. Contemporary believers do well to ask whether God’s extraordinary actions are unacknowledged in the 21st century. Max Stackhouse believes that they often are. In Globalization and Grace, the fourth and final volume of God and Globalization, he argues that God’s loving mercy is manifest in globalization—though many seminary professors, pastors and secular social theorists see globalization as a soulless mechanism.

 

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