The Divine Conspiracy Continued
Fulfilling God's Kingdom on Earth
Dallas Willard's The Divine Conspiracy was one of the most important works of Christian philosophy of recent decades, and influenced a whole generation of disciples. This sequel takes its message out of the church and into the wider world of business and the professions, encouraging those disciples to become leaders in the civil community in order to build Christian principles and practices into the fabric of their society.
The Son of God for the Secular Age
The image of Jesus as divine has endured for 2,000 years, but how, in the light of the Holocaust and other atrocities, can it be reconciled with the modern world? Drawing on acute searching as a believer and a wide range of scholarship from Bonhoeffer onwards, James Carroll brings into focus a view of Jesus that is both true to the classical tradition and relevant to the 21st century.
Modern Christianity to 1900
A People's History of Christianity: Vol 6
As new forms of industry transformed the lives of people around the world and as individualism, nationalism and scientific enterprise became more important, how did Christians come to terms with ever more rapid change? The three parts of this book address the question from different angles: first, the reconfiguration of ideas about death, sex and emotional life; then regional manifestations of faith in Brazil, Russia and New England; and finally the experience of slavery and the increasing visibility of women.