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God in the Fray Paperback – November 1, 1998
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About the Author
TOD LINAFELT is Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies, Georgetown University. He is the author of Surviving Lamentations and a commentary on the book of Ruth.
Timothy K. Beal is the Florence Harkness Professor of Religion, director of the Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities, and codirector of the Interdisciplinary Initiative on Religion and Culture at Case Western Reserve University. His most recent book is "Roadside Religion: In Search of the Sacred, the Strange, and the Substance of Faith," Tod Linafelt is associate professor of biblical literature at Georgetown University. He is the author of "Surviving Lamentations: Catastrophe, Lament, and Protest in the Afterlife of a Biblical Book," also published by the University of Chicago Press.
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"Master" is a word not often used in today's technologically dominated society. A Master is known by the width and depth of the wisdom and truth they emanate. They are able to present truth in such a way that it is directly applicable to the lives of their listeners. A master in theology is one who has the ability to make complex old paradigms understandable and shows how the application of these maxims has the power to transform both thinking and structure itself.
In God in the Fray, twenty-one accomplished theologians have engaged Brueggemann's thinking and theology and give their own interpretation to an often controversial and challenging scholar. Dr. Walter Brueggemann is complex, odd and unsettling in his understanding of Yahweh. His faith and theology are never static, rather continually on the move, challenging, probing and often perplexing. He relentlessly seeks out "a fresh articulation of whom God is," for he believes that the church and its future rest on a fresh understanding and pronouncement of God. Brueggemann, who like the very God he follows, resists fitting into any comfortable systematic category.Read more ›