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The Purposes of God: Providence as Process-Historical Liberation

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by G. Michael Zbaraschuk
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The Purposes of God: Providence as Process-Historical Liberation by G. Michael Zbaraschuk

The doctrine of providence is one that has fallen into theological oblivion in recent years. How can the words God and history still be said in the same sentence? This book surveys important contemporary attempts to talk about God and history, examines why they haven't been successful, and offers a contemporary doctrine of providence that is historically realistic, adequate to religious experience, and grounded in the Christian tradition. The author draws on the philosophical orientation of Alfred North Whitehead and brings it into conversation with liberation and ecological theologies.

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Pages: 194
Size: 736 KB
Publisher: Pickwick Publications
Date published:   2015
ISBN: 9781498271912 (DRM-EPUB)

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