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The Work of Theology

The Work of Theology
A 'how-to' book on theology from a world-renowned theologian. In this book Stanley Hauerwas returns to the basics of 'doing' theology. Revisiting some of his earliest philosophical and theological views to better understand and clarify what he has said before, Hauerwas explores how theological reflection can be understood as an exercise in practical reason.Hauerwas includes chapters on a wide array of topics, including 'How I Think I Learned to Think Theologically,' 'How the Holy Spirit Works,' 'How to Write a Theological Sentence,' and 'How to Be Theologically Funny.'
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ISBN/EAN: 9780802871909
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Publisher: Eerdmans
Author: Hauerwas Stanley
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In a postscript he responds to Nicholas Healy's recent book 'Hauerwas: A (Very) Critical Introduction.' 'What we believe as Christians,' says Hauerwas, 'is quite basic and even simple. But because it is so basic, we can lose any sense of the extraordinary nature of Christian beliefs and practices.' In discussing the work of theology, Hauerwas seeks to recover that "sense of the oddness of what we believe as Christians.'
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