By VIRGINIA TRANEL
By Jean-Pierre Isbouts
By Angus Kinnear
By Guy Aurenche,Stéphane Hessel
(Extrait de l. a. préface de Stéphane Hessel)
man Aurenche, qui a longtemps dirigé l'Action des chrétiens pour l'abolition de l. a. torture, est aujourd'hui à los angeles tête d'une ONG dont on célèbre les cinquante ans en 2011 : le Comité catholique contre los angeles faim et pour le développement, CCFD-Terre solidaire. Cet organisme d'Eglise agit en partenariat avec les populations du Sud pour promouvoir un développement équitable et sturdy. En collaboration avec Nathalie Calmé, et avec los angeles ferveur qu'il a toujours mise dans ses nombreux combats pour les droits de l'homme, man Aurenche rappelle l'actualité brûlante de cet impératif de solidarité, pour rendre aux humiliés leur dignité.
By Anthony Meredith
Gregory of Nyssa offers a concise and available creation to the concept of this early church father with new translations of key decisions of his writings. Anthony Meredith offers a various variety of Gregory's writings:
- his contribution to the debates of the interval concerning the nature of God in argument with a kind of utmost Arianism
- his dialogue of the character and paintings of the Holy Ghost, opposed to the so-called 'Spirit fighters'
- his defence of the humanity of Christ opposed to those that denied it (notably Apollinarius)
- the nature of destiny and different philosophical issues.
By John E. Sharp
In a century marked via devastating global wars, the fractious fundamentalist-modernist debate, and starting to be range within the church, Orie O. Miller helped to steer Mennonites from rural isolation to worldwide engagement.
In this enticing narrative, My Calling to Fulfill describes how Miller led Mennonite paintings in schooling, missions, peacemaking, postwar reconstruction, and psychological healthiness, and the way he helped to mildew each significant Mennonite employer from Mennonite relevant Committee to Mennonite financial improvement Agency.
Filled with formerly untold tales of Miller’s own life—his youth, collage years, marriage, and inner clash among his dedication to his family members and dedication to his cherished church—this inspiring and finished biography strains the contours of twentieth-century Anabaptism throughout the theology and vocation of 1 of its so much influential leaders.
By Terry Glaspey
Some of the best painters, musicians, architects, writers, filmmakers, and poets have taken their concept from their religion and impacted thousands of individuals with their gorgeous creations. Now readers can notice the tales at the back of seventy-five of those masterpieces and the artists who created them. From the paintings of the Roman catacombs to Rembrandt to Makoto Fujimura; from Gregorian Chant to Bach to U2; from John Bunyan and John Donne to Flannery O'Connor and Frederick Buechner; this ebook unveils the wealthy and sundry inventive history left by way of believers who have been masters at their craft.
Author and historian Terry Glaspey stocks the soaking up actual tales in the back of those masterpieces and is helping readers see the attention-grabbing information they could have overlooked. through searching through the eyes of those inventive artists, readers will achieve deeper views concerning the human situation, the Christian tale, and their very own non secular lives.
By Vickie Drake
By Thomas Goslin
Thomas Goslin's autobiography, Out to Pastor, is a clean tale of what the ministerial calling will be. President Calian of Pittsburgh Seminary, within the advent, provides whatever of the sweep while he writes, "Dr. Goslin has effectively stuffed the position of husband, father, grandparent, pastor, seminary educator, writer, missionary, foreign ecumenist and better of all--he has been all through, a loyal, and enthusiastic disciple of Jesus Christ." I take the freedom of touching on the writer as "Tom." the reason is, he was once within the classification of '44 and that i within the classification of '43, and we have been either participants of the Benham membership at Princeton Seminary. I realized a lot from the booklet approximately Tom's existence not just after our seminary days, yet prior to in addition. Tom got here to seminary after graduating from Yale the place he had acquired the decision to ministry. whereas at Yale, he studied Spanish, spent the summer season of his junior 12 months in Peru, and wrote a paper, "Latin American response to U.S. Impe! rialism, 1898-1914" that displeased the professor who learn it. --Jack Cooper -- Princeton Seminary Bulletin, Vol.XXI, No. 1, New sequence, 2000, pp. 121
By Ebony Hollis