Jesus and the City

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Jesus and the City

A Theology of Technique in Jacques Ellul

Authored by Trey Dunham

Jesus taught, healed, and wandered in the Wilderness. But he died in the City.

Jacques Ellul lived a double life. On one hand, he was an astute observer and critic of the modern technological society and its penchant for efficiency and productivity. On the other, he was a prophet, deeply concerned about spiritual realities. Jesus and the City brings together the two forces that dominated his writing: technique and theology.

Linking four of Ellul's seminal sociological and theological works-The Technological Society, The Meaning of the City, The Technological System, and Apocalypse-Jesus and the City brings to light the meaning of our shared technological and spiritual history: from Cain's rebellion and the birth of the City to the New Jerusalem and the reign of Christ.

Publication Date:
1530507324 / 9781530507320
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Religion / Christian Life / Social Issues

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