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|Title||:||Naming The Whirlwind: The Renewal Of God Language|
|Number of Pages||:||378 Pages|
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Naming The Whirlwind: The Renewal Of God Language Reviews
I picked this up because it was referred to in something I read and I liked the title. I wanted to clarify some of my thoughts on the usefulness or not of God talk to the experience of human contingency.The book arose out of the ferment of the 1960's when relevance of religion was a big deal. I paid particular attention to the last chapter, "Christian Discourse about God". It is a great find. Very elucidating on the topic of how we know what we know, how to sort out what we know, and whether it all means anything, in the end.
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