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by Ephraim Radner
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Reading Scripture is, for Radner, an "act of grace" (77). Only an Anglican in the United States could write a book of this sort
Reading Scripture is, for Radner, an "act of grace" (77). He considers some of the writings of John Keble who, in discussing "figural" readings of Scripture, mediates to us (just as he did to his own time) how the Church Fathers themselves read Scripture. Only an Anglican in the United States could write a book of this sort. As the only Protestant group who has considered the historicity of its being located in the person of the bishop, Anglicans have long been an oddity on the American religious landscape.
Hope Among the Fragments book. Recently, national headlines have announced the sexual crimes of Catholic priests and the ordination of an openly gay Episcopal bishop. In our day, the church is fragmented by staggering anxieties involving material stability, personal morality, and doctrinal purity.
Only by reading the Scriptures with Christ as the central figure can the church heal its divisions and claim its identity as a revelation of Christ himself, not merely his beleaguered "instrument.
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Find nearly any book by Ephraim Radner. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Inhabiting Unity: Theological Perspectives on the Proposed Lutheran-Episcopal Concordat. by Ephraim Radner, Russell R. Reno. ISBN 9780802808158 (978-0-8028-0815-8) Softcover, Eerdmans Pub Co, 1995.
Hope Among the Fragments: The Broken Church and Its Engagement of Scripture. The End of the Church: A Pneumatology of Christian Division in the West. The Gospel and the Catholic Church: Recapturing a Biblical Understanding of the Church as the Body of Christ. London: Longmans, Green and C. 1936. Reprint: Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 2009.
Ephraim Radner, Professor of Historical Theology, Wycliffe College at the University of Toronto, Canada and author of Hope among the Fragments: The Broken Church and its Engagements of Scripture. Consolation in Medieval Narrative offers illuminating readings of some canonical medieval texts, usefully re-animating what had seemed like settled discussions about the 'Augustinianism' of late medieval literature. Schrock recovers an Augustinian version of consolation that is simultaneously formal and ethical, often counter-intuitive, and hermeneutically rich.
Ephraim Radner, professor of historical theology at Wycliffe College in. .
Ephraim Radner, professor of historical theology at Wycliffe College in Toronto, explores ways in which the doctrine of human ially its intrinsic involvement in the gift of time-shapes human life in these myriad ways. The volume takes its own time, as it were, by moving from discussion of clocks to matters of mortality. Eventually Radner sums up his concerns: Thinking about who we are as created beings comes down to numbering our days (229). The book is not thinner, nor its matter less because of those absences, for it brims to overflowing with intelligent and substantive interactions with varied topics, questions, and sources.
Ephraim Radner provides a robust rethinking of the doctrine of the church .
Ephraim Radner provides a robust rethinking of the doctrine of the church in light of Christianity's often violent and at times morally suspect history. Radner's A Brutal Unity is at a book of startling insight, extraordinary erudition, and is replete with theological implications. His ability to help us see connections between Christian disunity and liberal political theory and practice should command the attention of Christian and non-Christian alike.
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Hope among the Fragments: The Broken Church and the Engagement of Scripture. The Fate of Communion: The Agony of Anglicanism and the Future of a Global Church. By Ephraim Rådner and Philip Turner. Eerdmans Publishing, 2006. A Brutal Unity: The Spiritual Politics of the Christian Church. Waco, Te. Baylor University Press, 2012. Time and the Word: Figurai Reading of the Christian Scriptures.