Anarchy and christianity is one of his most penetrating criticisms of institutional christianity but like most of his theological works its not entirely or even primarily critical in tone it also offers a vision of what christian faith might be ellul argues that both the hebrew and christian scriptures are wary of political worldly authority the transition from judges to kings in . Jacques ellul blends politics theology history and exposition in this analysis of the relationship between political anarchy and biblical faith on the one hand suggests ellul anarchists need to understand that much of their criticism of christianity applies only to the form of religion that developed not to biblical faith. Anarchy and christianity jacques ellul legacy amazonde jacques ellul fremdsprachige bucher
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