This fascinating book explores the contemporary issue of religious freedom and its relevance for the modern Christian. With a refreshing blend of scholarly objectivity and pastoral sensitivity, the volume offers the insights of the American scholars as they seek to investigate the role of Christian freedom within their individual fields of expertise. From the apostle Paul to the civil rights movement of more recent days, and from the question of the human right for choice to the contemporary debate over new approaches to religious education, this book provides numerous insights into a topic that has engaged church historians, theologians and ethicists for centuries.
New York, San Francisco, Bern, Baltimore, Frankfurt/M., Berlin, Wien, Paris, 1993. XI, 228 pp.
Contents: The volume is a collection of essays on the theme of Christian Feedom as related to the apostle Paul, Ignatius of
Antioch, liturgy, Card. Morone, the civil rights movement, addiction, freedom of choice, etc.