God in Society
Doing Social Theology in Scotland Today
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Paperback / softback
Publisher: Saint Andrew Press
Number of Pages: 256
Width: 13.5 cm
Height: 21.6 cm
This series is designed to be of particular interest to the intelligent reader concerned with issues surrounding social justice, to Christians and to academics. It is the product of a group constituted by the Centre for Theology and Public Issues, an institution within the School of Divinity, New College at the University of Edinburgh since 1984.
'...an insightful collection of essays that addresses the distinctive ways in which Scottish Christians are engaging with the new Scotland.' Church Times '...an analysis of wide importance ... of value to all involved in the current debate on decentralisation, constitutional change, and matters to do with the relation of "church and state".' -- The Rt Rev. Brian Smith '...a compelling account of social theology that will be of considerable interest elsewhere in Britain and beyond.' -- Dr Robert Song 'This volume will provide an important contribution to the debate begun at Conference on civil society.' Methodist Recorder