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This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: In the world, but not of the world--this has been the motto of the Free Church tradition. But to what extent can freedom and independence from the world be realized in modernity, and how have these churches fared so far? These are the questions with which this book wrestles. The particular focus is Sweden, where a state-facilitated hypermodernity has created what some call the most modern nation in the world. The Swedish free churches have in many ways succumbed to the pressure of the modern welfare state and as a consequence lost their distinctive voice. The argument of this book is that the rediscovery of practices left behind might be a way for these churches to recover a solid, particular, and deeply Christian identity. In dialogue with William T. Cavanaugh, the authors argue for a return to concrete, social practices: asceticism, table grace, written prayers, a turn to tradition, and the Eucharist. Here are lost treasures that might prove invaluable for the modern church at large, with her dual citizenship in the modern nation-state and the kingdom of heaven. Codice inventario libreria

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Riassunto: ''In the world, but not of the world''--this has been the motto of the Free Church tradition. But to what extent can freedom and independence from ''the world'' be realized in modernity, and how have these churches fared so far? These are the questions with which this book wrestles. The particular focus is Sweden, where a state-facilitated hypermodernity has created what some call ''the most modern nation in the world.'' The Swedish free churches have in many ways succumbed to the pressure of the modern welfare state and as a consequence lost their distinctive voice.
The argument of this book is that the rediscovery of practices left behind might be a way for these churches to recover a solid, particular, and deeply Christian identity. In dialogue with William T. Cavanaugh, the authors argue for a return to concrete, social practices: asceticism, table grace, written prayers, a turn to tradition, and the Eucharist. Here are lost treasures that might prove invaluable for the modern church at large, with her dual citizenship in the modern nation-state and the kingdom of heaven.

L'autore: Joel Halldorf (MDiv, Lund University; PhD, Uppsala University) is Associate Professor of Historical Theology at the Stockholm School of Theology. His areas of research are Evangelicalism and modernity, historical pacifism, Pentecostalism, and worship in the Evangelical tradition. He is author of ''Av denna världen?'': Emil Gustafson, moderniteten och den evangelikala väckelsen.

Fredrik Wenell (MDiv, MF Norwegian School of Theology) is a PhD candidate in Systematic Theology and World Views at Uppsala University. He has served as youth pastor in the Evangelical Free Church in Sweden for ten years. His previous publications include ''Religion som politisk resurs'' and Forever Young? ungdomens kulturer och frikyrkans gensvar (coauthor).

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Descrizione libro Pickwick Publications, United States, 2014. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. 226 x 150 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.In the world, but not of the world--this has been the motto of the Free Church tradition. But to what extent can freedom and independence from the world be realized in modernity, and how have these churches fared so far? These are the questions with which this book wrestles. The particular focus is Sweden, where a state-facilitated hypermodernity has created what some call the most modern nation in the world. The Swedish free churches have in many ways succumbed to the pressure of the modern welfare state and as a consequence lost their distinctive voice. The argument of this book is that the rediscovery of practices left behind might be a way for these churches to recover a solid, particular, and deeply Christian identity. In dialogue with William T. Cavanaugh, the authors argue for a return to concrete, social practices: asceticism, table grace, written prayers, a turn to tradition, and the Eucharist. Here are lost treasures that might prove invaluable for the modern church at large, with her dual citizenship in the modern nation-state and the kingdom of heaven. There are indeed significant differences between the ecclesial situation in Scandinavia and in the United States as there are differences between a Free Church ecclesiology, a Lutheran State Church ecclesiology, and a Roman Catholic ecclesiology. All the more reason then to undertake a critical engagement across these boundaries for mutual enlightenment. Between the State and the Eucharist accomplishes this task beautifully when some of the most constructive contemporary Scandinavian theologians encounter the American Catholic theologian William T. Cavanaugh. Important reading for anyone not content with how the church stands in modernity but hoping for a more visionary Christianity, both here and there. --Ola Sigurdson, Professor of Systematic Theology, Centre for Culture and Health, University of Gothenburg, Sweden This important collection of essays provides an in-depth analysis of the relationships between modernity, the secular state, the state church, and non-state churches in Sweden. The results are provocative, placing in stark relief both the Christian contribution to the modern nation-state and the resulting debate over competing forms of belonging and identity. The challenge is to cultivate richer analyses of Christian practices, like Eucharist, by placing on the broader foundation of Christian tradition, the identity of the communio sanctorum through time. --Dale M. Coulter, Associate Professor of Historical Theology, Regent University School of Divinity, Virginia Beach, VA While the passing of state-established churches is reason to celebrate, Christians are facing new challenges as they inhabit cultures that have been inoculated by weakened strains of state-supported religion. With the future of a post-Christendom era now all but certain, Christians must learn anew to practice the faith without privilege. This remarkable collection of essays explores how the Free Churches in Sweden might help the whole church learn anew that the mission of the church is simply to be the church. --Curtis W. Freeman, Research Professor of Theology, Duke University Divinity School, Durham, NC Joel Halldorf (MDiv, Lund University; PhD, Uppsala University) is Associate Professor of Historical Theology at the Stockholm School of Theology. His areas of research are Evangelicalism and modernity, historical pacifism, Pentecostalism, and worship in the Evangelical tradition. He is author of Av denna varlden?: Emil Gustafson, moderniteten och den evangelikala vackelsen . Fredrik Wenell (MDiv, MF Norwegian School of Theology) is a PhD candidate in Systematic Theology and World Views at Uppsala University. He has served as youth pastor in the Evangelical Free Church in Sweden for ten years. His previous publications include Religion som politisk resurs and Forever Young? ungdomens kulturer och frikyrkans gensvar (coautho. Codice libro della libreria AAV9781625641113

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