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Principalities in particular : a practical theology of the powers that be / Bill Wylie-Kellermann ; with a foreword by Rose Marie Berger.

By: Kellermann, Bill Wylie [author.].
Contributor(s): Berger, Rose Marie, 1963- [writer of introduction.].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Minneapolis, MN : Fortress Press, [2017]Copyright date: ©2017Description: xxxv, 314 pages ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781506431680; 1506431682.Subject(s): Christianity and politics -- United States | Political theology -- United StatesAdditional physical formats: Online version:: No titleDDC classification: 261.70973
Contents:
Introduction: From moment to moment -- Part I. A theological introduction. William Stringfellow : a story of this theological conversation ; A personal and activist appreciation : the life and legacy of Walter Wink (2016) ; Death shall have no dominion : Daniel Berrigan of the Resurrection (2017) ; From the beginning : two Creation liturgies -- Part II. Particular powers. Barbed wire and beyond : the freedom to unmake nuclear weapons (1983) ; Discerning the angel of Detroit : the spirits and powers at work in one city (1989) ; Fallen : the law and the State (1991) ; The machinery of war : technology and the powers that indwell (1991) ; Confronting the drug powers : freeing the captives (1992) ; Family : icon and principality (1994) ; Spiritual warfare and economic justice (1994) ; The powers in healing and hospital ministry (1996) ; Death has its day : the BP Oil Spill (2010) ; Readers before profits : the Detroit Newspaper Strike (1996) ; Labor unions and the principalities (1998) ; Exorcising an American demon : racism is a principality (1998) ; The fall in play : sports as a principality (1998) ; Global economy : false gods and the power of love (2003) ; Unholy alliance : John Wesley and global powers of slavery (2003) ; Be not awed : the War in Iraq (2003) ; Katrina and the wrath to come (2005) ; Surveillance and impeachment (2007) ; Lest death prevail : Harry Potter and the principalities (2011) ; Coming to a city near you : emergency management (2014) ; The dismantling of public education : separate and unequal (2014) ; Her name was Charity : the Detroit Water Struggle (2014) ; Church and the powers (Church as a power)(2016) ; Trump powers : principalities and the President (2017) -- Appendix I: Thinking biblicallly and theologically about a particular power : an inventory of provoking questions -- Appendix II: Theological exegesis of the neighborhood -- Appendix III: The angel of a congregation : possible elements of a continuing discernment process (after the work of Walter Wink) -- Appendix IV: Index of names and subjects.
Summary: "Activist pastor Bill Wylie-Kellermann gives an urgent specificity to the theology of the powers, relating biblical concepts to contemporary struggles for civil rights, clean air, fair housing, safe and affordable water, public education, and more, highlighting throughout the vital importance of a community of struggle connected through time and across space. The book's uniqueness lies in its practicality, as biblical and theological analyses arise from, and are addressed to, particular historical moments and given ecclesial and movement struggles"--Cover.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction: From moment to moment -- Part I. A theological introduction. William Stringfellow : a story of this theological conversation ; A personal and activist appreciation : the life and legacy of Walter Wink (2016) ; Death shall have no dominion : Daniel Berrigan of the Resurrection (2017) ; From the beginning : two Creation liturgies -- Part II. Particular powers. Barbed wire and beyond : the freedom to unmake nuclear weapons (1983) ; Discerning the angel of Detroit : the spirits and powers at work in one city (1989) ; Fallen : the law and the State (1991) ; The machinery of war : technology and the powers that indwell (1991) ; Confronting the drug powers : freeing the captives (1992) ; Family : icon and principality (1994) ; Spiritual warfare and economic justice (1994) ; The powers in healing and hospital ministry (1996) ; Death has its day : the BP Oil Spill (2010) ; Readers before profits : the Detroit Newspaper Strike (1996) ; Labor unions and the principalities (1998) ; Exorcising an American demon : racism is a principality (1998) ; The fall in play : sports as a principality (1998) ; Global economy : false gods and the power of love (2003) ; Unholy alliance : John Wesley and global powers of slavery (2003) ; Be not awed : the War in Iraq (2003) ; Katrina and the wrath to come (2005) ; Surveillance and impeachment (2007) ; Lest death prevail : Harry Potter and the principalities (2011) ; Coming to a city near you : emergency management (2014) ; The dismantling of public education : separate and unequal (2014) ; Her name was Charity : the Detroit Water Struggle (2014) ; Church and the powers (Church as a power)(2016) ; Trump powers : principalities and the President (2017) -- Appendix I: Thinking biblicallly and theologically about a particular power : an inventory of provoking questions -- Appendix II: Theological exegesis of the neighborhood -- Appendix III: The angel of a congregation : possible elements of a continuing discernment process (after the work of Walter Wink) -- Appendix IV: Index of names and subjects.

"Activist pastor Bill Wylie-Kellermann gives an urgent specificity to the theology of the powers, relating biblical concepts to contemporary struggles for civil rights, clean air, fair housing, safe and affordable water, public education, and more, highlighting throughout the vital importance of a community of struggle connected through time and across space. The book's uniqueness lies in its practicality, as biblical and theological analyses arise from, and are addressed to, particular historical moments and given ecclesial and movement struggles"--Cover.

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