Christopher Morse, in his book & Every Spirit: A Dogmatics of Christian Disbelief', examines various elements of Christian faith and theology by approaching what it means not to believe certain things.
Christopher Morse, in his book & Every Spirit: A Dogmatics of Christian Disbelief', examines various elements of Christian faith and theology by approaching what it means not to believe certain things. Approaching theology as a practice of faithful disbelief, he examines the relationship of faith, theology, church, scholarship, and every-day life.
Not Every Spirit book. To believe in God is not to believe everything. I applaud Morse's efforts to argue that, with every premise of the faith we accept, certain "faithful disbeliefs" become activated in our lives. He does an adequate job of describing many of my own faithful disbeliefs. The trouble is, he's wordy and hasn't organized the chapters well for easy reading.
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Professor Morse's meticulous scholarship in this book convinces Christians to examine not only what they believe .
Professor Morse's meticulous scholarship in this book convinces Christians to examine not only what they believe but also to give attention to what they are called to disbelieve. In today's world of turmoil, distrust, and violence, Morse's work challenges Christians to reflect seriously on what they are to believe and what they are to d. -Delores S. Williams, Union Seminary, NY Christopher Morse holds the Dietrich Bonhoeffer Chair in Theology and Ethics at Union Seminary, New York, and is the author of The Logic of Promise in Moltmann's Theology.
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Christopher Ludwig Morse (born 1935) is an American Christian theologian. He is Dietrich Bonhoeffer Professor of Theology and Ethics at Union Theological Seminary in New York City. Born in 1935 and raised in Virginia, Morse received a Bachelor of Arts degree in philosophy from Randolph–Macon College, a Master of Divinity degree from Yale Divinity School, and Master of Sacred Theology and Doctor of Philosophy degrees from Union Theological Seminary. He is an ordained elder in the United Methodist Church.
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Flag as Inappropriate. Prominent in his main work, Not Every Spirit, is the notion of "faithful disbelief", a reference to 1 John 4:1. Essentially, Morse stands the older dogmatic traditions on their head. While most theologians argue for what Christians should believe, Morse argues for what people of faith should not believe, but rather actively "disbelieve". Some examples of Morse's "Christian Disbeliefs" are: Refusal to equate the Word of God with an object, including the Bible, turning God into a thing
Author: Christopher Morse
Category: Christian Books
Publisher: Continuum; 1st edition (February 1, 1994)
Pages: 432 pages
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