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Hearing the call : liturgy, justice, church, and world : essays / by Nicholas Wolterstorff ; edited by Mark R. Gornik and Gregory Thompson.

By: Wolterstorff, Nicholas.
Contributor(s): Gornik, Mark R | Thompson, Gregory, 1971-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Grand Rapids, Mich. : William B. Eerdmans, 2011Description: x, 440 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780802865250 (pbk. : alk. paper); 0802865259 (pbk. : alk. paper).Subject(s): Christianity and justice
Contents:
The grace that shaped my life -- Part I. Liturgy : -- Trumpets, ashes, and tears -- The tragedy of liturgy in Protestantism -- Justice as a condition of authentic liturgy -- Liturgy, justice, and holiness -- If God is good and sovereign, why lament? -- Part II. Justice : -- Why care about justice? -- For justice in shalom -- The wounds of God : Calvin's theology of social injustice -- Lest your brother be degraded in your sight -- An evening in Amman -- Death in Gaza -- The troubled relationship between Christians and human rights -- Six days in South Africa -- Seeking justice in hope -- Hondurans seek justice -- Part III. Church : -- "When did we see thee?" -- The Bible and women : another look at the "conservative" position -- Hearing the cry -- Letter to a young theologian -- The theological significance of going to church and leaving and the architectural expression of that significance -- The light of God's love -- Thinking about church architecture -- Thinking about church music -- Playing with snakes : a word to seminary graduates -- Part IV. World : -- Can a Calvinist be progressive? -- The moral significance of poverty -- Love it or leave it -- Reflections on patriotism -- Contemporary Christian views of the state : some major issues -- The political ethic of the reformers -- Theological foundations for an evangelical political philosophy -- Has the cloak become a cage? : love , justice, and economic activity -- Justice, not charity : social work through the eyes of faith -- Afterword : -- An interview with Nicholas Wolterstorff -- It's tied together by shalom -- How my mind has changed : the way to justice
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The grace that shaped my life -- Part I. Liturgy : -- Trumpets, ashes, and tears -- The tragedy of liturgy in Protestantism -- Justice as a condition of authentic liturgy -- Liturgy, justice, and holiness -- If God is good and sovereign, why lament? -- Part II. Justice : -- Why care about justice? -- For justice in shalom -- The wounds of God : Calvin's theology of social injustice -- Lest your brother be degraded in your sight -- An evening in Amman -- Death in Gaza -- The troubled relationship between Christians and human rights -- Six days in South Africa -- Seeking justice in hope -- Hondurans seek justice -- Part III. Church : -- "When did we see thee?" -- The Bible and women : another look at the "conservative" position -- Hearing the cry -- Letter to a young theologian -- The theological significance of going to church and leaving and the architectural expression of that significance -- The light of God's love -- Thinking about church architecture -- Thinking about church music -- Playing with snakes : a word to seminary graduates -- Part IV. World : -- Can a Calvinist be progressive? -- The moral significance of poverty -- Love it or leave it -- Reflections on patriotism -- Contemporary Christian views of the state : some major issues -- The political ethic of the reformers -- Theological foundations for an evangelical political philosophy -- Has the cloak become a cage? : love , justice, and economic activity -- Justice, not charity : social work through the eyes of faith -- Afterword : -- An interview with Nicholas Wolterstorff -- It's tied together by shalom -- How my mind has changed : the way to justice

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