Resident Aliens

Resident Aliens

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In this bold and visionary book, two leading Christian thinkers explore the alien status of Christians in today's world. A provocative Christian assessment of culture and ministry for people who know that something is wrong.They become unrealistic critics of theclergy rather than coworkers, fellow truth tellers. ... It is a loneliness hard to share since so often those so constituted cannot name their pain or its cause because its source ... Leadershipalwaysproduces acertainamountof lonelinessa€”particularlywhen leaders lead throughvisionorloyalty to God ... Our society tends to respond to the problem of lack of meaning andpurpose by telling people that they will feel better if they more fully develop their egos.

Title:Resident Aliens
Author: Stanley Hauerwas, William H. Willimon
Publisher:Abingdon Press - 1989

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