The Bible and the New York Times

W.B. Eerdmans, 1998 - 228 páginas
Widely known for their up-to-the-minute relevance to contemporary life, the sermons of Fleming Rutledge are always out on the edge, challenging the boundaries of current thought and experience. No issue is too threatening, no event too shocking, no question too impertinent to be addressed in the Sunday sermon. The question that Rutledge addresses again and again each week is this: Can the orthodox faith of the Christian church stand up to modern challenges? Following Karl Barth's famous saying that sermons should be written with the Bible in one hand and the newspaper in the other, Rutledge here weaves the changing events of the daily news together with the unchanging rhythms of the church seasons. The powerful sermons gathered in this volume lead readers through the liturgical year, from All Saints to Pentecost, showing how the biblical story intersects with our own stories.

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