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God's Patience and our Work

Hans Frei, Generous Orthodoxy and the Ethics of Hope

God's Patience and our Work

Hans Frei, Generous Orthodoxy and the Ethics of Hope

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Publisher: SCM Press
ISBN: 9780334059288
Number of Pages: 240
Published: 31/03/2022
Width: 13.5 cm
Height: 21.6 cm

American biblical scholar and theologian Hans Frei is most famed as the father of 'generous orthodoxy', a minimalist approach to Christian faith which refused to hold tightly to matters of doctrine beyond the core Christian beliefs. Beyond this, though, on the basis of his Christology, ecclesiology and his account of providence Frei sketched a hopeful realistic ethics of reconciliation that offers a distinctive and significant contribution to Christian social ethics and political theology. In his reassessment of a man who might conceivably be considered one of the most influential figures in modern Anglophone theology, Ben Fulford shines a spotlight on Frei's ethics and political thought. Bringing Frei's thinking into conversation with other key contemporary theologians such as Reinhold Niebuhr, James Cone, Juan Luis Segundo, Beverley Harrison and Stanley Hauerwas, Fulford demonstrates that Frei's thinking remains deeply pertinent to the challenges facing Christian theologians today.

Ben Fulford

Dr Ben Fulford is Deputy Head of Department and Senior Lecturer in Systematic Theology at Chester University. He is the author of Divine Eloquence and Human Transformation (Fortress Press)