The Analogy of Love: Divine and Human Love at the Center of Christian Theology

Ann Arbor, MI, USA: Griffin & Lash (2017)
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This book advances a persuasive account of Christian belief organized around the theme of love while also employing love as a constraint on theological formulation. Throughout, Gary Chartier seeks to understand divine action in ways that make it possible to affirm divine love in the face of evil. The Analogy of Love offers a stimulating model for thinking about God and the world.

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