Ted A. Smith
Ted A. Smith teaches at Emory University’s Candler School of Theology. His most recent book is Weird John Brown: Divine Violence and the Limits of Ethics (Stanford University Press).
How (Not) to Be Secular, by James K. A. Smith
Jamie Smith has written a string of smart books that explain the significance of contemporary theory for Christian life and ministry. His new field guide to Charles Taylor may be his best.
reviewed by Ted A. Smith June 10, 2015
Throughout history, people loyal to a higher law have been responsible for much violence. Should we reject appeals to a higher law?
by Ted A. SmithFebruary 25, 2015
Sustainable Lenten disciplines anticipate an Easter in which they will continue. But surely Easter hope is for something more.
by Ted A. SmithFebruary 13, 2013
A Visit from the Goon Squad, by Jennifer Egan
reviewed by Ted A. Smith October 11, 2011
Old habits die hard. Despite numerous attempts by mainline Protestant denominations to promote historically informed studies of Judaism, repudiate supersessionist theologies and engage in conversations wth Jews, the old habit of bearing false witness against Jewish neighbors lives on. In recent years this practice has thrived especially in mainline Protestant statements on the Middle East.
by Ted A. Smith and Amy-Jill LevineJune 29, 2010
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