5 edition of Dare we be Christians? found in the catalog.
Originally published in 1914 by the Pilgrim Press.
|Series||The William Bradford collection from the Pilgrim Press|
|LC Classifications||BV4639 .R35 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 47 p. :|
|Number of Pages||47|
|LC Control Number||93011041|
Arguments in Favor. Arguments Against. Proposition that we as Christians should hope that all men be saved. No, our hope for ultimate salvation is limited, since we know, indeed it is dogma, that a number of men/women languish in Hell.. There is a difference between hoping for all men to be saved and universalism. Dare to live out your faith like never before! In The Faith Dare, Debbie Alsdorf encourages women to take her day challenge to cultivate a passionate relationship with God. If you take her on, each day you'll be given a 'daily dare' to help you develop a godly habit. The book includes a study guide, daily readings, affirmations, and challenges/5(6).
If we are not absolutely convinced that God alone is good, we will not be able to say “No” to other gods that promise joy but deliver sorrow. We don’t dare to imagine that there is even a sliver of good apart from God and his will for our lives. Not a . We struggle to separate truth from biased statements and hope from naïveté. We wonder how we got here and where these uncertain days will take us. One of the world’s top investigative reporters, John S. Dickerson, addresses this post-truth, post-Christian society in his latest book Hope of Nations.
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To fully grasp Rauschenbusch's thinking, I would recommend reading more than "Dare We Be Christians." First read his first major book, "Christianity and the Social Crisis." Published init became a religious book best-seller of the day.
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Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Dare We Be Christians ().Reviews: 5. Dare We be Christians. Walter Rauschenbusch. Pilgrim Press, Do we dare to assert the futility of everything in our great world of commerce and industry that leaves love out.
That is a far severer test of our faith in Christ than to believe in the infallibility of a book or in the certainty of dogmas formulated so long ago that only a. Dare we be Christians.
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Description: xiv, 47 pages: portrait ; 18 cm. Dare we be Christians by Walter Rauschenbusch; 4 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Christian ethics, Christianity, Love, Religious aspects, Religious aspects of Love, Social ethics, Love (Theology); Times: 20th century.
Dare We Be Christians (): Walter Rauschenbusch: Hardcover: Christian Theology - General book. This short book, inspired by 1 Corinthi applies Christian ideas of love to social relations, arguing that only an increase in love can lead to social progress.
Rauschenbusch examines where love breaks down in modern society, and finally shows how ideas of love and freedom point to the Kingdom of God.
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Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb Pages: Title:: Dare We Be Christians: Author:: Rauschenbusch, Walter, Note: Boston et al.: Pilgrim Press, c Link: multiple formats at We have the vast hor izon of modern international re lations, the huge conflicts of social forces, against which we must see the need of love, whereas Paul lived in the main within the slender groups of Christians scattered through Asia Minor and Greece,  DARE WE BE CHRISTIANS.
“We need some Christians who are as crazy as the Lord. Crazy enough to love like Jesus, to give like Jesus, to forgive like Jesus, to do justice, love mercy, walk humbly with God— like Jesus. Crazy enough to dare to change the world from the nightmare it often is into something close to the dream that God dreams for it.
We are sincere-hearted Christians. We want to follow Christ. We have enjoyed profound experiences of God. But we continue to find ourselves faltering in the Christian life — dismayed at the frequency of our boredom with God, resentment toward others, critical spirit toward our church, or seasons of despair and emptiness.
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is a critical, provocative, prophetic Allan Boesak reminds Christians and all people of decent hearts that hope emerges phoenix-like when the criterion for life is the life of the oppressed." This book is a timely reminder that human beings are not simply at the mercy of massive institutional forces but can.