When you think of Christian literature, it is unlikely that you think of the book of Genesis, Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address, or The Autobiography of Malcolm X. Yet, according to author Raymond Schroth, SJ, all these works are worthy of being called classics of Christian literature. In Dante to Dead Man Walking, Schroth discusses 50 works-from books of the Old Testament to contemporary works of fiction and nonfiction-that challenge the social conscience and raise moral or religious issues in a provocative way. The various works presented in this book are all united by religious themes, and they are certain to broaden your understanding of what Christian literature really is and what we can learn from it. 250 pages, softcover.
In this award-winning book, now in paperback, Schroth discusses fifty works - from books of the Old Testament to contemporary works - that challenge the social conscience and raise moral and religious issues in a provocative way.
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