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Dear Friends: The Letters of St. Paul to Christians in America Hardcover – September 2, 2014
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Christopher Webber has hit on a faithful and creative way to bring Paul's theological, ethical, and spiritual critique right to the heart of American life. As does the Bible itself, so Webber's Dear Friends relates our ultimate values to the questions and dilemmas we face every day. I cannot think of a better way for both beginning and lifelong Christians to engage and renew their faith. Eminently readable, accessible, and yet highly sophisticated, these letters will give both individual readers and congregational groups real insight into the life of faith in 21st-century America.” The Very Reverend Gary R. Hall, Dean, Washington National Cathedral
The idea is inspired. . . . Both imaginative and faithful . . . undoubtedly a brilliant book.” Ian S. Markham, Dean and President, Virginia Theological Seminary
A devoted and bold effort to apply Paul's thought about the world as he knew it to the world we live in now.”Edward F. Duffy, Presbyterian Pastor and Hartford Seminary Professor
Compellingly captures Paul's voice and expression in this series of new letters on contemporary themes.” Sheryl A. Kujawa-Holbrook, Dean of Faculty, Claremont School of Theology
Webber’s imaginative and faithful retelling . . . is a wonderful example of the translatability of the Good News.” Ian T. Douglas, Bishop, Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut
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