In connecting article, 'Our Days and God's Years: Pastoral care in times of change' that Psalm 102 sets up some of the contours of care for individuals in difficult circumstances, and has provided us with the largest theological arc of all, namely the cosmic purposes of God and our place within them to understand the nature of service despite suffering. This next article expands on some of these points using history as a guide, for the points made eloquently by the psalmist are made concretely by reflection on Christian history as well.
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Atheist Delusions: The Christian Revolution and Its Fashionable EnemiesDavid Bentley Hart, New Haven and London:Yale UP, 2009. Read this FREE, full-length article in the CASE Online... View full product details
The Future of Christianity: Reflections of Violence and Democracy, Religion and SecularizationDavid Martin, Farham, UK: Ashgate Publishing, 2011240pp Read this FREE, full-length article in the CASE Online... View full product details
This Mortal Flesh: Incarnation and BioethicsBrent Waters, Grand Rapids,Michigan: Brazos Press, 2009, 205pp Read this FREE, full-length article in the CASE Online Library. View full product details
Theology, Music and Time(Cambridge Studies in Christian Doctrine)Jeremy S. BegbieCambridge University Press, 2000, 332pp Read this FREE, full-length article in the CASE Online Library. View full product details