Item description for The Theology of William Porcher Dubose: Life, Movement, and Being by Robert Boak Slocum...
Recognized and appreciated as one of the most original and creative theologians in the Episcopal Church's history, William Porcher DuBose (1836-1918) published seven books of theological importance, including an autobiographical work, and his life is commemorated in a "lesser feast" of the Episcopal Calendar of the Church Year. Despite making significant contributions to Anglicanism, DuBose's works are, according to Robert Boak Slocum, more widely honored than understood or applied to questions facing theologians and lay people today. To fill the gap of knowledge and understanding, Slocum's study of DuBose draws parallels between essential experiences in his life and major themes in his published theology.
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Studio: University of South Carolina Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.25" Width: 6.27" Height: 0.7" Weight: 0.92 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2000
Publisher University of South Carolina Press
ISBN 1570033471 ISBN13 9781570033476
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More About Robert Boak Slocum
Slocum is the rector of the Church of Holy Communion in Lake Geneva, WI, and a lecturer in theology at Marquette University. He is editor of A New Conversation: Essays on the Future Theology and the Episcopal church and Prophet of Justice, Prophet of Life: Essays on William Stringfellow.
Robert Boak Slocum was born in 1952.
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