Responding to the Challenge of Unbelief and Religious Indifference Today
La fe cristiana ante la increencia religiosa
Where Is Your God? sets the tone for the renewal of the Church and how she is to meet people who do not hold Christian faith. This bilingual book is a superb pastoral resource because it invites the whole Church "to take up her evangelizing mission with fresh enthusiasm," not by imposing Christian faith on nonbelievers but "with the respect due to the different paths of different people and with sensitivity to the diversity of cultures in which the Christian message must be planted." The author offers a series of concrete proposals for the dialogue with nonbelievers and a pastoral plan for the evangelization of cultures. In doing this, Cardinal Poupard and the Pontifical Council for Culture propose reliable information, for they know that faith is always a grace and an encounter between God and the freedom of the human person.
- Product Code: BWHERE
- ISBN: 978-1-56854-562-2
- Pages: 112
- Author: Cardinal Paul Poupard and Pontificium Concilium de Cultura
- Size: 6 x 9
- Binding: Paperback
- Language: Bilingual: English & Spanish
- Copyright Year: 2004
- 4 Pieces Per Package
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