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|Description:||356 p. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Without roots : the current malaise of Western culture --
The beginnings of incarnational humanism --
The further development of Christian humanism --
The rise of anti-humanism --
Still no incarnation : from anti-humanism to the postmodern God --
Incarnational humanism as cultural philosophy.
|Series Title:||Strategic initiatives in evangelical theology.|
Proposing a distinctly evangelical Christian philosophy of culture that grasps the link between the new humanity inaugurated by Christ and all of humanity, Zimmermann envisions the public ministry of the church as an embodied witness to God's reconciliation to the world.
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- Christianity and religious humanism.
- Theological anthropology -- Christianity.
- Christianity and culture.
- Theological anthropology - Christianity.