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We live in a world driven by fear. But should we allow fear to play such a large role in our lives? According to the religions of the world, the answer is no.
Michael Kinnamon's The Witness of Religion in an Age of Fear offers a helpful and illuminating volume that challenges readers to consider why we find ourselves in this age of fear and what we can do about it. Drawing on support from a diversity of religious traditions and teachers, Kinnamon argues that religious faith is the best way to combat a culture of fear. He explores fear in relation to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the American political scene, and he shares courageous examples of individuals from different religions working for peace.
Perfect for individuals or group study, this book helps readers understand the manipulative power of fear and how religious beliefs call us to reject fear at all costs. A study guide is included.
Number of Pages: 120
Vendor: Westminster John Knox Press
Publication Date: 2017
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
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Michael Kinnamon is one of the most widely respected leaders and scholars of the ecumenical movement. He has held many noteworthy positions, including General Secretary for the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA, Executive Secretary of the World Council of Churches' Commission on Faith and Order, and Dean of Lexington Theological Seminary. Kinnamon has also served as a professor of ecumenical and interfaith studies at seminaries and universities in the United States and India. He is the author of several books on the ecumenical movement, including Can a Renewal Movement Be Renewed?