Transcendence and Fulfillment: A Critique of Paul's Seven Pillars of Wisdom and Their Enduring Relevance - eBook
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Transcendence and Fulfillment: A Critique of Paul's Seven Pillars of Wisdom and Their Enduring Relevance - eBook

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Title: Transcendence and Fulfillment: A Critique of Paul's Seven Pillars of Wisdom and Their Enduring Relevance - eBook
By: Benjamin W. Farley
Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: Wipf & Stock
Publication Date: 2016
ISBN: 9781498299787
ISBN-13: 9781498299787
Stock No: WW109681EB

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Farley's Transcendence and Fulfillment captures one's immediate attention, especially with his designation of Paul's "Seven Pillars of Wisdom." Readers will find his selection intriguing and illuminating. While being faithful to Paul's self-understanding and theological views, Farley offers a constructive and critical examination of the pillars' relevance for Paul's time as well as our own. The author blends biblical insight with a range of classical and contemporary philosophical opinion. In doing so, he draws on Plato and Cicero's wisdom, in addition to the critical works of Kierkegaard, Heidegger, Marcel, and Berdyaev. Students and professors of Paul's life and theology, along with clergy and lay admirers of Paul's views, will find Farley's book a useful resource for a provocative yet spiritually rich journey, true to Paul's teachings and of enduring relevance.

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Benjamin W. Farley is Younts Professor Emeritus of Philosophy and Religion, Erskine College, in Due West, South Carolina. He is the author of Jesus as Man, Myth, and Metaphor, In Praise of Virtue, In the Twilight with God, and numerous other scholarly works, including two books of meditation: Fairest Lord Jesus and By the Waters of Babylon.

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