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Spiritual and Religious: The Gospel in an Age of Paganism

Spiritual and Religious: The Gospel in an Age of Paganism
This book is written to draw attention to the ways in which various forms of paganism have once again become prominent in the world. However, as we look in the church, we see exciting signs that God is doing new things. He suggests that God has been equipping the church in ways that seem expressly designed to meet the new challenges.
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ISBN/EAN: 9780281072842
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Publisher: SPCK
Author: Tom Wright
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In this book, Tom Wright sets out three features of present-day culture: it presents a set of new challenges to the church that are significantly different from the challenges that Christians have addressed in recent decades, and that we are able to draw on wisdom from the past in meeting them. Also, various movements of renewal over the past few decades have been preparing us for today's situation, with renewed interest in ecumenism, in liturgy, in the Holy Spirit, in biblical study, in social and political action, thus renewing the church. In the face of these new tasks, he suggests that the church needs to ask what our Gospel is. He focuses on a new examination of the basic story of Jesus, understanding it within the Jewish context of the time. The book is in 15 chapters and two parts.
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