Author: edited Bill Wylie-Kellermann
Publisher: Orbis Books
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A radical lay theologian William Stringfellow (1928-1985) leveled a prophetic critique against a range of American institutions: the Church and seminaries, economic structures and the idolatries of the modern war-making state. “My concern,” he wrote, “is to understand America biblically,”—in contrast to the more common tendency, to understand the Bible “Americanly.”
Bill Wylie-Kellermann, Editor
Bill Wylie-Kellermann is a United Methodist pastor who has served city parishes in Detroit, Michigan, and has served as Director of Graduate Theological Urban Studies for the Seminary Consortium for Urban Pastoral Education of Chicago, Illinois.