Christianity's dangerous idea paul vander klay • november 3, 2010 i find the fall to be a good time to pick up a book on the reformation this year my book is alister mcgrath's christianity's dangerous idea this is the second book i've read by mcgrath and am finding him to be a new favorite author. A new interpretation of protestantism and its impact on the world the radical idea that individuals could interpret the bible for themselves spawned a revolution that is still being played out on the world stage today. About the author daniel c dennett is darwin's dangerous idea evolution and the meanings of life. Alister mcgrath, christianity's dangerous idea the protestant revolution—a history from the sixteenth century to the twenty-first (san francisco: harperone, 2007), 552pp according to david b barrett, author of the world christian encyclopedia, contemporary christianity has experienced an explosion of what he calls “neo-apostolic” movements.
The reformation – luther, calvin, zwingli and anabaptism readings: introduction to the history of christianity pp 348- 387 documents, pp 194-231 christianity’s dangerous idea, chapters 2-4 midterm exam weekend 4 the english and catholic reformations, age of orthodoxy. Christianity’s dangerous idea draws on this depth of understanding, but translates it into a street-level course on protestantism that is simultaneously comprehensive, deeply analytical and prophetic mcgrath knows all the questions that protestants must answer from roman catholic apologists, but he also knows and asks many of the questions. Christianity's dangerous idea by mike mazzalongo posted: sun nov 22nd 2009 of all the concepts and philosophies promoted throughout history, christianity's main idea has had more impact and lasting influence. At its core, christianity’s dangerous idea is a must read for any christian leader today its text runs well over four hundred fifty pages and includes fifty pages of notes and bibliography the author packs in an immense amount of information, incidents, perspective, and evaluation.
Christianity's dangerous idea is the first book that attempts to define this core element of protestantism and the religious and cultural dynamic that this dangerous idea unleashed, culminating in the remarkable new developments of the twentieth century. Christianity’s dangerous idea october 5, 2008 by mark e, durrett mcgrath’s book is a work of historical synthesis, starting with “the big idea that lies at the heart of protestantism & [tracing] its impact on the unfolding of the movement in the past & its development in years to come” (p10) this is a book of interpretive history. Christianity’s dangerous idea was not protestantism itself, but the core idea that lay behind it and, that idea was that the individual christian, not the institutional church, had the right to interpret the bible for himself embedded in this. Christianity's dangerous idea: the protestant revolution, a history from the sixteenth century to the twenty-first, by alister mcgrath, harper collins (usa) and spck (uk), 2007 in this book alister mcgrath attempts to tell the story of protestantism from its beginnings in the sixteenth century right up to the present day.
From one simple idea – what historian alister mcgrath has called “christianity’s dangerous idea” – flowed far-reaching changes that influence us today in education, communication, work, science, capitalism, democracy, philosophy and secularism. The dangerous idea lying at the heart of protestantism is that the interpretation of the bible is each individual's right and responsibility the spread of this principle has resulted in five hundred years of remarkable innovation and adaptability, but. Christianity’s dangerous idea: the protestant revolution, a history from the 16th century to the 21st by alister mcgrath (harperone) the “dangerous idea” in the title is that every individual has the right and responsibility to interpret the bible. He is the author of several books on theology and history, including christianity's dangerous idea, in the beginning, and the twilight of atheism he lives in oxford, england, and lectures regularly in the united states.
Christianity's dangerous idea 7 truths that changed the world: discovering christianity's most dangerous ideas christianity's most dangerous idea (ebook shorts) christianity's dangerous idea: how the christian principle & spirit offer the best explanation for life & why other alternatives fail: volume one. Christianity’s dangerous idea is, as its subtitle claims, a history of the protestant revolution from the sixteenth century to the twenty-first alister mcgrath considers the basic protestant ethos, that the church is to be shaped by the bible, and considers how that simple belief has made protestant church history a history of revolutions. Book review: christianity’s dangerous idea what is protestantism this is a question that seems easy to answer on the surface, but becomes more complex as one looks deeper protestantism is ever adapting and boasts over 34,000 christian groups with more coming into existence almost daily.
Alistair mcgrath, christianity’s dangerous idea – the protestant revolution from the sixteenth century to the twenty-first (new york, harperone, 2007) 552pp introduction history has the unique capacity to both inform and to transform the present it i. This “dangerous idea” of protestantism, that each individual christian has the right to read and interpret the word of god, the bible, as he or she sees fit, fostered by luther, calvin, zwingli, and others, effectively strikes out at roman catholicism. Read christianity's dangerous idea the protestant revolution--a history from the sixteenth century to the twenty-first by alister mcgrath with rakuten kobo a new interpretation of protestantism and its impact on the world the radical idea that individuals could interpret th. A review of christianity's dangerous idea which is authored by alister mcgrath.