Appealing to humankind's search for personal meaning, West issues an invitation to "grapple with one's religious commitments" in light of recent insights in biblical studies and continental, feminist, and liberation theologies. He goes on to explore issues of power, human identity, values, sacraments, faith, and more. 296 pages, softcover from Fortress.
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Date:September 24, 2007
This is an excellent book, learned and well-written. Its content is academic, but its reading level and concept load are easy to manage for most readers. The author's voice is present throughout the book, which makes it even more practical a read. I really liked it and learned much from it.