Radical monotheism and Western culture : with supplementary essays / H. Richard Niebuhr.


New York : Harper, [1960] .

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Subjects Civilization, Western.
Monotheism.
Description 144 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date [1960]
©1960
Contents I. Introduction: theology and faith -- 1. The dual task of theology -- 2. Faith as confidence and fidelity -- II. The idea of radical monotheism -- 1. The social god and the many gods -- 2. Radical monotheism -- III. Radical faith- incarnate and revealed in history -- 1. The incarnation of radical faith -- 2. Revelation and faith -- 3. Faith in the person -- IV. Radical monotheism and western religion -- 1. The conversion of reverence and prayer -- 2. Radical faith in "organized religion" -- V. Radical faith in political community -- 1. Loyalty and confidence in national existence -- 2. The struggle of social with monotheistic faith -- 3. The democratic dogma of equality -- VI. Radical faith and western science -- 1. Our faith in science -- 2. The faiths of science -- Supplementary essays -- I. Theology in the university -- II. The center of value -- III. Faith in gods and in god -- IV. Science in conflict with morality?
Network Numbers (OCoLC)294259
(OCoLC)ocm00294259
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WorldCat Identities Niebuhr, H. Richard 1894-1962.
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