Practicing the Kingdom

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Price
$31.00  $28.83
Publisher
Cascade Books
Publish Date
Pages
236
Dimensions
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.54 inches | 0.77 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781498218016

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About the Author

Justin Bronson Barringer is co-editor of The Business of Modern Life Series, which includes his book The Business of War and his forthcoming The Business of Incarceration. Justin's first book was A Faith Not Worth Fighting For. He teaches for Ashland University's Correctional Education Program.



Maria Russell Kenney is Assistant Professor of Christian Ethics at Asbury Theological Seminary.

Reviews

""Christine Pohl's scholarship is a gift to the church, and this celebration of her life and work is a delight. May it inspire many to live into their vocation as she has."" --Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove, author of Revolution of Values: Reclaiming Public Faith for the Common Good ""Rooted in her seminal work in Christian hospitality, friendship, and community, these splendid essays by former students, colleagues, and friends are a fitting tribute to the profound influence Christine Pohl has had on so many. Above all, they are a testimony to a life in Christ well lived. For no one has embodied what they have believed and taught more graciously and winsomely than Christine."" --Stephen Seamands, Asbury Theological Seminary, emeritus ""Practicing the Kingdom does more than honor Christine Pohl, a person worth imitating. In these essays, one is reminded of the urgency of the challenge each generation of Christians has to live lives that provide a glimpse of the reign of God in a culture desperate for hope, honesty, and hospitality. . . . Those who read this book will be challenged to embody the biblical ideas of community that are a preview of the kingdom of God."" --Joy J. Moore, Luther Seminary