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Christianizing the Social Order

With a New Introduction by Christopher H. Evans

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Christianizing the Social Order by Walter Rauschenbusch
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Christianizing the Social Order is Walter Rauschenbusch's most comprehensive study of the relationship between Christianity and social reform--most specifically for political and economic justice--and a follow-up to his best-selling Christianity and the Social Crisis. A pioneering work of what became known later in the twentieth century as "public theology," Christianizing the Social Order asks "How can the fundamental structure of society be conformed to the moral demands of the Christian spirit?" First published in 1912, the classic work begins describing the social awakening of religious institutions at the time, then moves subject the then-present social order to moral analysis, and, finally, suggests methods of advance. With a message that is still much in need today and now with a new introduction by Christopher H. Evans, contemporary readers may be challenged anew and reflect on the ways Rauschenbusch's legacy relates to the social, political and religious context of our time.

Author Biography

Walter Rauschenbusch (1861-1918) was the major exponent of the Social Gospel movement of the early twentieth century. A pastor to a Baptist congregation of impoverished German immigrants in New York City, he also taught at Rochester Theological Seminary (now Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School). Christopher H. Evans is Professor of the History of Christianity at Boston University School of Theology and is the author of several books, including Liberalism Without Illusions: Renewing an American Christian Tradition (2010). He lives in the Boston, Massachusetts area.
Release date Australia
February 1st, 2010
Contributor
Introduction by Christopher H. Evans
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
Baylor University Press
Pages
524
Dimensions
152x228x34
ISBN-13
9781602582361
Product ID
3698713

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