by James K.A. SmithThe Hermeneutics of Charity, edited by James K.A. Smith and Henry Isaac Venema, examines the constructive ways Christianity and postmodern thought intersect. Addressing a range of topics—including "the hermeneutics of suspicion," selfhood, and the gift of community—this collection of essays engages the work of classical and contemporary philosophers. A final section of the book presents a tribute to James Olthuis, in whose honor the essays were collected. Contributors include Merold Westphal, the well-known professor of philosophy at Fordham University, and Brian Walsh and J. Richard Middleton, coauthors of Truth Is Stranger Than It Used to Be.
|Title||The Hermeneutics of Charity|
|eBook format||Hardcover, (torrent)|
|Author||James K.A. Smith|
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