Practicing the Kingdom


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Cascade Books
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6.0 X 9.0 X 0.54 inches | 0.77 pounds

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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.


""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