A Theology for the Social Gospel
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Four lectures delivered in 1917 to the Yale School of Religion presented here in elaborated form by one of the foremost leaders of the "Social Gospel Movement." In "A Theology for the Social Gospel", Rauschenbusch lays out the theological roots of Protestant social activism prevalent in the early part of this century. He explores central theological issues of the Christian faith: the nature of sin and evil, baptism and the Lord's Supper.
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