Creed & Culture: A Touchstone Reader

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Launched in 1987, Touchstone magazine has served as an indispensable forum for the ecumenical consideration of matters of crucial importance to Protestant, Catholic, and Orthodox Christians. In Creed & Culture, James M. Kushiner brings together twenty-one essays that originally appeared in the magazine. These thoughtful articles by an impressive roster of contributors not only make for absorbing reading, but also constitute a valuable compendium of the best contemporary Christian thinking on literature, ...
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Overview

Launched in 1987, Touchstone magazine has served as an indispensable forum for the ecumenical consideration of matters of crucial importance to Protestant, Catholic, and Orthodox Christians. In Creed & Culture, James M. Kushiner brings together twenty-one essays that originally appeared in the magazine. These thoughtful articles by an impressive roster of contributors not only make for absorbing reading, but also constitute a valuable compendium of the best contemporary Christian thinking on literature, culture, and theology. As Kushiner writes in his introduction, these essays "speak conscientiously for the gospel in a time in which creed and culture seem to be at grave risk."
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  • ISBN-13: 9781932236071
  • Publisher: ISI Books
  • Publication date: 3/1/2003
  • Pages: 240
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.80 (d)

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Contributors/Chapters include:
James Hitchcock - Christ and Culture: A Dilemma Reconsidered
Huston Smith - Scientism: The World's Littlest Religion
Patrick Henry Reardon - Classroom Chaos
Christology and the Psalter
Leon J. Podles - No Place Like Home
All that Separates Must Converge
Steven Faulkner - The Century of the Cyclops
The Workshop of Worship
Russell Kirk - T. S. Eliot on Literary Morals
Thomas Howard - Brideshead Revisited Revisited
James L. Sauer - Lessons from the Nursery
An Everlasting Life
Philip G. Davis - The Swiss Maharishi
Vigen Guroian - Family and Christian Virtue in a Post-Christian World
Thomas Howard - Recognizing the Church
S. M. Hutchens - The Professor and the Unicorn
David Mills - The Bible Tells Me So
Meet the Latcons
Evading the Creed
Paul V. Mankowski - A Fig Leaf for the Creed
James R. Edwards - New Quest, Old Errors.
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