Christ, History and Apocalyptic
The Politics of Christian Mission
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Nathan Kerr asks what mode of thinking about history and the historicist character of human agents an environment renders the 'truth' of the earliest Christian confession true for our world today. In this latest volume in the "Veritas" series, the author offers a defense of Christian apocalyptic as a mode of taking seriously the public, social, and political character of the Church's confession under the pressure of the modern historical consciousness.
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