May 07, 2021
Caesar's Coin Revisited: Christians and the Limits of Government
Posted by Michael Cromartie

A stellar group of scholars from diverse disciplines and perspectives come together in this volume to examine varying Christian approaches to how the state should pursue social justice and establish order.

  • Title: Caesar's Coin Revisited: Christians and the Limits of Government
  • Author: Michael Cromartie
  • ISBN: 9780802842022
  • Page: 354
  • Format: Paperback
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    Caesar s Coin Revisited Christians and the Limits of Government A stellar group of scholars from diverse disciplines and perspectives come together in this volume to examine varying Christian approaches to how the state should pursue social justice and establish o

    Hannah Emory

    There is really dense material in this book, but it is so worth the read if you want a great primer with a scholarly approach to what it means to render unto God what is His while living in this world that necessitates rending under to Caesar what he believes to be his.



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