God Hides: A Critique of Religion and a Primer for Faith

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GOD HIDES is a critique of contemporary christian faith. It argues that faith should not be understood as the result of spiritual seeking, but rather as rooted in moral living. Starting with the challenge of Bonhoeffer's "religionless Christianity," it argues for a common morality, and then shows how that morality leads to Christian faith. The thesis is that in order for us to serve our neighbor whom we see, and not seek God whom we cannot see, God hides. Drawing upon the rich tradition of religious thought from Luther, ...

God Hides: A Critique of Religion and a Primer for Faith 2010, Pickwick Publications

ISBN-13: 9781606088685

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