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In Conversation

Samuel Wells and Stanley Hauerwas

In Conversation

Samuel Wells and Stanley Hauerwas

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Publisher: Church Publishing Inc
ISBN: 9781640652774
Number of Pages: 144
Published: 17/10/2020
Width: 15.2 cm
Height: 22.9 cm

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Two contemporary theologians, Samuel Wells and Stanley Hauerwas, add their voices to the ongoing conversation about Christian life in the twenty-first century. This third book in the In Conversation series dives deeply into the theological and personal ideas and motivations for the work of two prominent Christian thinkers. Readers will discover their thoughts on the Trinity, parish ministry, and non-violence, along with anecdotes and intimate notions on marriage, family, and even baseball. Followers of Wells' and Hauerwas' theological and homiletical work will find out what has influenced them most, and where they'd like to go from here.

A fascinating read for Episcopalians and Anglicans, and those who enjoyed the first two In Conversation books.

Samuel Wells, Stanley Hauerwas, Maureen Knudsen Langdoc

Samuel Wells is vicar of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, London, and the author of many acclaimed books including How Then Shall We Live and What Episcopalians Believe. Prior to returning to the United Kingdom, Wells served as dean of the chapel and research professor of Christian ethics at Duke University. Stanley Hauerwas was named "Best Theologian" byTimemagazine in 2001. His writings are controversial and well-read, including the recent Hannahs Child, a memoir that ends about the time he became an Episcopalian. Hauerwas earned a BA from Southwestern University in 1962. He went on to earn the BD, MA, MPhil, and PhD degrees from Yale University and was awarded an honorary DD from the University of Edinburgh in 2001. Hauerwas joined the faculty at the University of Notre Dame in 1970. In 1983, he moved to the Divinity School of Duke University, where he is Gilbert T. Rowe Professor of Theological Ethics with a joint appointment at the Duke University School of Law. He lives in Durham, North Carolina.

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