Theology

Theology

Books

After Cloven Tongues of Fire, by David A. Hollinger

After Cloven Tongues of Fire is a collection of historian David Hollinger’s writings on 20th-century Amer­ican Protes­tantism. Hollinger is interested both in pinpointing ecumenical Protestant influence on the United States and in tracking signs of its decline.

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The Scandal of Having Something to Say, by Lance B. Pape

Perhaps the best entry point into The Scandal of Having Something to Say is the word postliberal in the subtitle, which requires that we consider the term liberal, to which this perspective is “post.” The term liberal most comprehensively relates to Enlightenment rationality, which posits an autonomous self which can arrive at a one-dimensional certitude.

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The God Argument, by A. C. Grayling

Having written a weekly column in the Guardian and published a series of books on philosophy for the general reader, A. C. Grayling is a rarity: a well-known philosopher. Well known at least in Britain. Recently he has become a controversial figure because of his role in the founding of the New College of the Humanities in London, a private institution with costly tuition.