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Revolutionary Christianity

Sherwood Eddy

Revolutionary Christianity

by Sherwood Eddy

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Published by Willett, Clark in Chicago, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christian sociology.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Sherwood Eddy.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBR115.S6 E17
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 229 p.
    Number of Pages229
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6393434M
    LC Control Number39027588
    OCLC/WorldCa1296312

    Gospel,(Recovering(the(Powerthat(MakesChristianity Revolutionary.(By(JD(Greear(Book(notesby(Tim(Bice((Introduction(! Religion,!as!the!default!mode!of!our!thinking!and File Size: KB. Electrical Christianity: A Revolutionary Guide to Jesus’ Teachings and Spiritual Enlightenment Grace is not an abstract principle; it is the palpable experience of God’s Spirit-power--and anyone who religiously (or devotedly and intensely) practices the discipline of true Holy Communion presented in this book can experience the descent of.

      Obviously, this revolutionary tradition was a far cry from the earlier forms of Christianity introduced to China by Roman Catholic and Protestant missionaries. Let me close on a slightly different point, picking up Samir Amin’s suggestion that the Taiping Revolution was the ‘ancestor of the “anti-feudal, anti-imperialist popular. Kerry Walter’s book Revolutionary Deists: Early America's Rational Infidels published by Prometheus Books focuses upon the period from to and the influence of deism on American society and its religious life. The main argument of the book is that deism played a leading role in America life and influenced some of the leading figures in American life at this .

      Roots of a Revolutionary Ideology. Jr., and beyond. The book is more than an extended review of the literature, however; it is an indictment. to grapple with how radically the social gospel—in both Protestant and Catholic iterations—reconfigured historic Christianity into an earthbound agenda for social transformation that redefined. The Revolutionary War changed American Christianity, and it still sparks debate today. Mark Noll Christianity and the American Revolution: Recommended Resources.


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Galileo fell foul of the church. Electrical Christianity is a revolutionary guide to Jesus' teachings and spiritual en-Light-enment. It provides clear-cut, in-depth instructions on how to directly "plug into" the Divine Being, the Holy One, and literally "pull down" His Power. Grace is not an abstract principle; it is the palpable experience of God's Spirit Power--and anyone /5(31).

Cornel West is Class of University Professor in the Center for African American Studies at Princeton University in Princeton, New Jersey. He is considered one of America's most provocative public individuals and has been a champion for racial justice since childhood. His writing, speaking, and teaching weave together the traditions of the black Cited by: IN THE EARLY to mid-twentieth century, the world was in crisis.

The consequences of World War I had been economically disastrous. Politically the unsatisfactory peace settlement in led to the emergence of totalitarian regimes in Italy, Spain, and Germany, led by men whose names have echoed through the decades: Franco, Mussolini, Hitler.

This final statement was a bombshell: the origins of Christianity were revolutionary, religiously and politically.[9] It challenged both his fellow socialists, who were suspicious of religion and its reactionary tendencies, and the churches, which were keen to emphasise the figure of a gentle Jesus and the other-worldly piety of the early.

His goal for integrating the tradition of prophetic Christian thought with Marxist Social Criticism is the transformation of the structures of the world through a political action.

Prophesy Deliverance!: An Afro-American Revolutionary Christianity () by Cornel WestPages:   In this, his premiere work, Cornel West provides readers with a new understanding of the African American experience based largely on his own political and cultural perspectives borne out of his own life's experiences.

He challenges African Americans to consider the incorporation of Marxism into their theological perspectives, thereby adopting the mindset that /5(2).

Gospel: Recovering the Power that Made Christianity Revolutionary is Greear's manifesto to the world and the church exploring the beauty and power of grace-filled living.

Greear also shares what he calls "The Gospel Prayer" a powerful way to /5(7). These folks have missed the whole reality of what Christianity is all about. When I speak of true Christianity I am referring to a true “revolution in life” that was started by the greatest revolutionary of all time -- Jesus Christ.

This revolution in life is lived out in His covenant kingdom. But the book is most notable for the author's insistence that Cromwell's motives were not, as some have sketched them, coldly Machiavellian but rather deeply religious.

MacCulloch argues that Cromwell craftily promoted an evangelical religious agenda while giving outward appearances of support for a more traditional form of : Penguin Publishing Group. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Eddy, Sherwood, Revolutionary Christianity.

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Get this from a library. Revolutionary Christianity: the South American lectures. [John Howard Yoder; Paul Henry Martens] -- Reflecting and also subverting the acknowledged "faddish" attempt to address the revolutionary nature of Christianity, these lectures provide an illuminating snapshot of Yoder's vibrant initial.

"Revolutionary Christianity will be a welcome addition to the Yoder corpus for those familiar with his work as well as those who will read him for the first time. For the latter, Revolutionary Christianity is a wonderful introduction to the major themes in his work. For the former, this book is a very helpful reminder of the interconnectedness.

He is the author of many books, including A History of Christianity in the United States and Canada (Eerdmans, ) and Christians in the American Revolution (Eerdmans, ).

This book is the definitive history of the conflict between Judaism and Christianity. Michael Jones brings years of research to the table and soberly examines the history and the modern implications of the "Jewish Question".

The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit and its Impact on World HiLocation: Marquette Avenue South Bend, IN, United States. User Review - Flag as inappropriate This is the first volume of a five volume work undertaken in by a Yale professor, Baptist in religion, in which he surveys briefly the history of Christianity up to the time of the French Revolution, and then, beginning in Chapter VI, sets out the events from to as pertinent to Catholicism.

His account does not show any obvious bias 3/5(2). Gospel Revolution: Recovering the Power of Christianity - Member Book is an 8-session discipleship experience that leads group members to understand how to let the gospel work in their hearts the way religion never has or could.

On a journey to greater understanding of the gospel, Pastor J.D. Greear ran through all the religious activities typically associated with a Binding: Paperback. In this book, J.D.

Greear shows how moralism and legalism have often eclipsed the gospel, even in conservative Christianity. Gospel cuts through the superficiality of religion and reacquaints readers with the revolutionary truth of God’s gracious acceptance of sinners in Christ/5(K). The American Revolution: Was it an Act of Biblical Rebellion?Was the American Revolution an act of rebellion against God and the Bible.

Many today claim that it was. For example, John McArthur (Pastor of Grace Community Church and host of the national radio program “Grace to You”) asserts: People have mistakenly linked democracy and political [ ].

JD Greear’s book “Gospel: Recovering The Power That Made Christianity Revolutionary” is a powerful call for Christians to experience the reality of the gospel. “Being able to articulate the gospel with accuracy is one thing; having its truth captivate your soul is quite another” (9). Greear’s desire is to awaken people to the wonder and.This book provides an excellent survey of the revolutionary impact that Christianity had on ancient civilization.

As Aquilina and Papandrea convincingly demonstrate, there are all sorts of convictions that we take for granted (e.g., about protection of the vulnerable, fidelity in marriage, freedom from coercion in matters of faith, etc.,), which were brought to the fore primarily through the.Little-known or remarkable facts about Christianity and the American Revolution.

During the Revolutionary era, the pulpit played a key role in encouraging dissent. Christianity Today Author: Cassandra Niemczyk.