God and the Crisis of Freedom: Biblical and Contemporary Perspectives

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Westminster John Knox Press, 2002 M01 1 - 221 pages
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This book outlines a biblical understanding of freedom and the particular ways in which Christians choose to exercise that freedom in response to major issues confronting the world today. Specifically, Bauckham constructs a Christian understanding of freedom, explores the authority of Scripture in modern and postmodern contexts, and also examines themes of tradition, ethics, oppression, and ecology as they relate to issues of freedom and authority.


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Freedom in Contemporary Context
Authority and Scripture
Authority and Morality
Authority and Tradition
Egalitarianism and Hierarchy in the Bible
Freedom in the Crisis of Modernity
Epilogue Freedom in Fragments

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Richard Bauckham is Professor Emeritus of New Testament Studies at the University of St Andrews in Scotland. He is Senior Scholar at Ridley Hall, University of Cambridge, and a Visiting Professor at St. Mellitus College in London.

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