Bradley Burroughs' book, Christianity, Politics, and the Predicament of Evil, stands out as a crucial, timely work for the world and is a book for everyone who wishes to think critically about our political movement. A rare piece of scholarship that exudes moral conviction while also resisting partisan interpretations.
Bradley Burroughs' book, Christianity, Politics and the Predicament of Evil offers clarity, insight on politics and a constructive theological ethic for Christian political discernment. A book for our time and is for anyone who wants a fresh reading of Augustine, an honest non-partisan appreciation of Hauerwas and Niebuhr, a faithful politics in a world of evil, and any student of theology who longs for a morally rich political theology.
This is an impressive effort to discern how Christians might live faithful political lives. It will be fruitful reading for seminarians and doctoral students.
This text "Christianity, Politics, and the Predicament of Evil: A Constructive Theological Ethic of Soulcraft and Statecraft" is organized and reads like a dissertation-------of platinum quality! The writing is clear and fluent and the structure of the argument is satisfyingly symmetrical.