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Christianity, democracy, and the radical ordinary : conversations between a radical Democrat and a Christian / Stanley Hauerwas & Romand Coles.

By: Hauerwas, Stanley [author.].
Contributor(s): Coles, Romand [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Cambridge, England : The Lutterworth Press, 2008Copyright date: �2008Description: 1 online resource (372 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780718842802; 0718842804.Subject(s): Christianity and politics | Democracy -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Christianity and politics -- United States | Christianity and politics -- United States | Christianity and politics | Democracy -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | RELIGION -- Christian Life -- Social Issues | RELIGION -- Christianity -- General | RELIGION -- Christian Theology -- General | Christianity and politics | Democracy -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | United StatesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Christianity, democracy, and the radical ordinary : conversations between a radical Democrat and a Christian.DDC classification: 261.7 Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Front Cover; Title Page; Copyright information; Dedication; Contents; Preface; Introduction; Chapter 1. A Haunting Possibility: Christianity and Radical Democracy; Chapter 2. Letter of July 17, 2006; Chapter 3. "To Make This Tradition Articulate": Practiced Receptivity Matters, Or Heading West of West with Cornel West and Ella Baker; Chapter 4. Race: The "More" It Is About: Will D. Campbell Lecture University of Mississippi, 2006; Chapter 5. Letter of April 16, 2007; Chapter 6. Democracy and the Radical Ordinary: Wolin and the Epical Emergence of Democratic Theory.
Chapter 7. The Pregnant Reticence of Rowan Williams: Letter of February 27, 2006, and May 2007Chapter 8. The Politics of Gentleness: Random Thoughts for a Conversation with Jean Vanier; Chapter 9. "Gentled Into Being"; Chapter 10. To Love God, the Poor, and Learning: Lessons Learned from Saint Gregory of Nazianzus; Chapter 11. Letter of January 8, 2005; Chapter 12. Hunger, Ethics, and the University: A Radical-Democratic Goad in Ten Pieces; Chapter 13. Of Tensions and Tricksters: Grassroots Democracy between Theory and Practice; Chapter 14. Seeing Peace: L'Arche as a Peace Movement.
Chapter 15. A ConversationBibliography; Back Cover.
Summary: These essays reflect on possibilities and practices of radical democracy and radical ecclesia that take form in the textures of relational care for the radical ordinary. Hauerwas and Coels point out political and theological imaginations beyond the political formations, which seems to be the declination and the production of death. The authors call us to a revolutionary politics of 'wild patience' that seeks transformation through attentive practices of listening, relationship-building, and a careful tending to places, common goods, and diverse possibilities for flourishing.
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Front Cover; Title Page; Copyright information; Dedication; Contents; Preface; Introduction; Chapter 1. A Haunting Possibility: Christianity and Radical Democracy; Chapter 2. Letter of July 17, 2006; Chapter 3. "To Make This Tradition Articulate": Practiced Receptivity Matters, Or Heading West of West with Cornel West and Ella Baker; Chapter 4. Race: The "More" It Is About: Will D. Campbell Lecture University of Mississippi, 2006; Chapter 5. Letter of April 16, 2007; Chapter 6. Democracy and the Radical Ordinary: Wolin and the Epical Emergence of Democratic Theory.

Chapter 7. The Pregnant Reticence of Rowan Williams: Letter of February 27, 2006, and May 2007Chapter 8. The Politics of Gentleness: Random Thoughts for a Conversation with Jean Vanier; Chapter 9. "Gentled Into Being"; Chapter 10. To Love God, the Poor, and Learning: Lessons Learned from Saint Gregory of Nazianzus; Chapter 11. Letter of January 8, 2005; Chapter 12. Hunger, Ethics, and the University: A Radical-Democratic Goad in Ten Pieces; Chapter 13. Of Tensions and Tricksters: Grassroots Democracy between Theory and Practice; Chapter 14. Seeing Peace: L'Arche as a Peace Movement.

Chapter 15. A ConversationBibliography; Back Cover.

These essays reflect on possibilities and practices of radical democracy and radical ecclesia that take form in the textures of relational care for the radical ordinary. Hauerwas and Coels point out political and theological imaginations beyond the political formations, which seems to be the declination and the production of death. The authors call us to a revolutionary politics of 'wild patience' that seeks transformation through attentive practices of listening, relationship-building, and a careful tending to places, common goods, and diverse possibilities for flourishing.

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