The Politics of Spirituality
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ISBN 10: 1-59752-592-8
ISBN 13: 978-1-59752-592-3
Pages: 90
Binding: Paperback
Publication Date: 07/01/2006
Street Date: 07/01/2006
Division: Wipf and Stock
Series: The William Stringfellow Library
Category: Theology
The Politics of Spirituality
By William Stringfellow

Book Description
Spirituality, according to William Stringfellow, represents the ordinary experience of partaking in politics - the activity of the Word of God in judgment over all that belongs to human history. He criticizes religiosity, advocating instead for a biblical holiness that implies wholeness for all creation. He takes a prophetic and somber view of the present "dark ages," characterized as they are by hypocrisy, profligate consumption, disregard for human life, and dependence on nuclear force. Speaking from a lifetime of experience and reflection, Stringfellow issues a call to conscience and sanity, a reaffirmation of the incarnation, and belief in the "grace of the Word of God who transcends the injustice of the present age and agitates the resilience of those who struggle to expose and rebuke injustice."
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