By James P. Danaher
"We in faith focus quite a bit on what we all know for yes, yet there has continuously been too little self critique approximately 'How will we understand what we expect we know?' This transparent and well-written publication is either very sincere and intensely priceless at the topic. not anyone will lose their religion here--perhaps many will locate it for the 1st time! i'm satisfied anyone has written this much-needed publication, and that i wish it's utilized in school rooms, by way of many seekers, and within the churches."
--Richard Rohr, OFM
Center for motion and Contemplation
"Jim Danaher, as an writer and a pal, is a guy who has challenged my long-held assumptions, inspiring me to strive against with new, clean views. He has encouraged me to wish: 'I need to know Jesus better.' and during his instance he has roused me to like God and love others with better ardour. Jim is a superb philosopher-theologian for the twenty-first century. whereas his writing may perhaps impress you in locations, i feel examining this article is going to lead you to imagine deeply, pray passionately, and love God and His individuals with larger zeal."
Dean of Alliance Theological Seminary
"James P. Danaher is an extraordinary thinker who has an strange ability for announcing issues with impressive readability. as a result Jesus after Modernity is a greatest little publication. It bridges the educational worlds of philosophy and theology and takes the reader correct into the event of God's love in Jesus Christ. I fortunately motivate you to learn it, even a number of instances with the intention to seize how very important his message is for our time."
--John H. Armstrong
Author of Your Church is just too Small: Why cohesion in Christ's undertaking is essential to the way forward for the Church
James P. Danaher is Professor of Philosophy and Head of the Philosophy division at Nyack collage. he's the writer of Eyes that See, Ears that pay attention: Perceiving Jesus in a Postmodern Context (2006), and Postmodern Christianity and the Reconstruction of the Christian brain (2001).
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Jesus After Modernity: A Twenty-First-Century Critique of Our Modern Concept of Truth and the Truth of the Gospel by James P. Danaher