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Kenneth Cragg
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Trinity Press International; 1 edition (March 1, 1998)
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Cragg was born on 8 March 1913. He was educated at Blackpool Grammar School and Jesus College, Oxford. He was awarded the Grafton Scholarship in 1934. Cragg was ordained in 1937.

He analyzes the shape of the religious mind over the centuries and concludes with the question: in what terms can Christian finality hold in a climate of irreligion, pluralism, and competition from other "authorities" of revelation?

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The Secular Experience of God. Exiles: Living Missionally in a Post-Christian Culture. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 2006. Guder, Darrell . and Lois Barrett et al. Missional Church: A Vision for the Sending of the Church in North America. Ed. Craig G. Bartholomew, Colin J. D. Greene, Karl Möller.

Among the other essays in the first part of the book, which is. .They also provide clues as to the persistence of the 'sacred' in a supposedly post- Christian world today.

Among the other essays in the first part of the book, which is devoted to 'Medieval and Early Modern Literature:Lyric, Narrative and Drama,' are the following: Cyril Aslanov writes on ' the influence of the Golden Legend by Jacob de Voragine on the genre of troubadour 'vidas'. lives of the troubadours). Murry Roston in discussing the sacred and secular in 'The Merchant of Venice' argues that the major theme of the play is the conflict between 'precepts of Christianity denouncing financial acquistion and the demands of the burgeoning world of commerce.

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A Christian mission is an organized effort to spread Christianity to new converts. Missions involve sending individuals and groups, called missionaries, across boundaries, most commonly geographical boundaries, to carry on evangelism or other activities, such as educational or hospital work. Sometimes individuals are sent and are called missionaries. When groups are sent, they are often called mission teams and they do mission trips.

The new culture penetrated the mountain ranges of Pisidia and Lycaonia.

The City of God was built at the confluence of three great civilizations, the Greek, the Roman and the Hebrew. The new culture penetrated the mountain ranges of Pisidia and Lycaonia.

How equipped are today’s religions to cope with secular dilemmas and out of what resources can they respond?Kenneth Cragg begins his exploration of these questions by reviewing several of the “ironies” present in the secular/religious situation. Then follows a discussion of culture, focusing on sexuality as the core of cultural formation in birth, the family, and human relationships. Cragg analyzes the shape of the religious mind as perpetuated in the time and flux of the centuries and, in conclusion, considers the question: In what terms can Christian finality hold in a climate of irreligion, pluralism, and competition from other “authorities” of revelation?Kenneth Cragg has written widely on the theology and history of Islam, Middle East Christianity, Christian theology, and interreligious dialogue. In addition to teaching in universities and graduate schools of theology in Great Britain, the Middle East, and North America, he also served as Assistant Bishop of the Anglican Church in Jerusalem.