Authors: Brennan Hill, Paul Knitter, & William Madges
6 X 9" -- 480 pages
Authors Hill, Knitter and Madges offer a comprehensive and insightful guide to faith, religion and theology for young and old alike. Both scholarly and readable, the authors cover a wide-range of religious issues to help balance theoretical and practical issues.
Building on the strengths of the first edition, this thoroughly updated, revised, and expanded edition offers students and adults a comprehensive perspective on faith, religion, and theology. Authors Hill, Knitter, and Madges have drawn on the best scholarly material available while still informing and inspiring in easy-to-read and accessible language. In addition, real-life stories and the voices of students struggling with a wide range of religious issues help to balance theoretical and practical concerns. Although primarily written for young adults, anyone with an interest in broadening their understanding of their Christian faith will find this an outstanding resource.
Brennan R. Hill is Professor Emeritus at Xavier University in Cincinnati, OH. Educated in the United States and Europe, he has traveled the world studying and experiencing Christianity and other world religions. He has published over twenty-five books and numerous articles. He is the author of The Jesus Dialogues and Religion Today: An Integral Approach (2013) and Jesus, the Christ: Contemporary Perspectives.