By Nicholas Wolterstorff
For a century or extra political theology has been in decline. fresh years, even though, have obvious expanding curiosity not just in how church and country can be comparable, yet within the relation among divine authority and political authority, and in what faith has to claim in regards to the limits of country authority and the grounds of political obedience. during this publication, Nicholas Wolterstorff addresses this complete complicated of matters. he is taking account of conventional solutions to those questions, yet on each aspect stakes out new positions. Wolterstorff bargains a clean theological security of liberal democracy, argues that the normal doctrine of 'two ideas' can be rejected and gives a clean exegesis of Romans thirteen; the canonical biblical passage for the culture of Christian political theology. This e-book offers invaluable dialogue for students and scholars of political theology, legislation and faith, philosophy of faith and social ethics.