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Rise when Christians begin to understand the extent of their responsibility for the suffering that abounds in the world It explores how Christians are to turn this approach to responsibility toward the clouds of injustice and pain that hang over our world today. This is a stunning book This uote sums it up for me In religion the uestion of responsibility has too often been reduced to a game whose goal is to figure out how to secure divine approval In such a contest one s neighbor becomes profoundly secondary to the concept of obligation I highly recommend this

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Scandalous Obligation

Responsibility is routinely overlooked manipulated and oversimplified In Scandalous Obligation Eric Severson explores the scope of Christian responsibility This book delves into the slippery nature of obligation the dilemma of competing calls for justice and th. A short but succinct meditation on the concept and limits of responsibility both in Christianity and in a general sense

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E perilous temptation to dismiss or avoid responsibility Using examples from popular culture Severson casts an expansive and often daunting vision of responsibility that challenges the status uoThis book presses readers to consider the many complications that a. Severson what a writer Whoa


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    A short but succinct meditation on the concept and limits of responsibility both in Christianity and in a general sense

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  3. says:

    This is a stunning book This uote sums it up for me In religion the uestion of responsibility has too often been reduced to a game whose goal is to figure out how to secure divine approval In such a contest one's neighbor becomes profoundly secondary to the concept of obligation I highly recommend this

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    Written by one of my favorite undergrad professors ethics