|Publisher:||Wipf & Stock Publishers|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.40(d)|
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What People are Saying About This
"We in religion concentrate so much on what we know for certain, but there has always been too little self critique about 'How do we know what we think we know?' This clear and well-written book is both very honest and very helpful on the subject. No one will lose their faith hereperhaps many will find it for the first time! I am happy someone has written this much-needed book, and I hope it is used in classrooms, by many seekers, and in the churches."
Richard Rohr, OFM
Center for Action and Contemplation
"Jim Danaher, as an author and a friend, is a man who has challenged my long-held assumptions, inspiring me to wrestle with new, fresh perspectives. He has motivated me to pray: 'I want to know Jesus better.' And through his example he has roused me to love God and love others with greater passion. Jim is a brilliant philosopher-theologian for the twenty-first century. While his writing may provoke you in places, I believe reading this text will lead you to think deeply, pray passionately, and love God and His people with greater zeal."
Dean of Alliance Theological Seminary
"James P. Danaher is a rare philosopher who has an unusual skill for saying things with incredible clarity. For this reason Jesus after Modernity is a splendid little book. It bridges the academic worlds of philosophy and theology and takes the reader right into the experience of God's love in Jesus Christ. I happily encourage you to read it, even several times if you want to grasp how important his message is for our time."
John H. Armstrong
Author of Your Church Is Too Small: Why Unity in Christ's Mission Is Vital to the Future of the Church