Religion Booknotes

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Description: Somerville argues that religion has provided much of the foundational vocabulary for our discourse about human values: words such as "welfare," "truth," "good," "justice," "responsibility," and "sanity" are still loaded with theological meaning in a self-consciously post-theological age. The Good Works Reader attempts to construct a Christian model of good works by weaving passages of sacred Scripture together with readings from a wide variety of early Christian sources. Of course, not all Christian opponents of Nazism agreed with Barth about the danger of natural theology, and many Catholic theologians thought Barth's rejection of foundationalism was unwarranted.
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