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Confronting the Will-to-Power A Reconsideration of the Theology of Reinhold Niebuhr

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ISBN 10: 1842270540 / ISBN 13: 9781842270547
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Lovatt takes up Niebuhr's theology and presents it to be, at its heart, an attempt to grapple with the most powerful and dangerous aspect of human nature: a quality Niebuhr describes as ?the will-to-power? The author argues that Niebuhr identifies the fundamental nature of human sin as having very specific qualities and that Niebuhr, over his various works, develops a theology that seeks to deal effectively with this quality. Bookseller Inventory # LOVCONFRO

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Lovatt takes up Niebuhr's theology and presents it to be, at its heart, an attempt to grapple with the most powerful and dangerous aspect of human nature: a quality Niebuhr describes as 'the will-to-power'. The author argues that Niebuhr identifies the fundamental nature of human sin as having very specific qualities and that Niebuhr, over his various works, develops a theology that seeks to deal effectively with this quality.

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After working in agriculture and the ceramics industry, Mark Lovatt returned to college to do A levels. He read Philosophy and Theology at the University of Nottingham. Following its successful completion, he began his PhD in Theology, again at Nottingham, working part-time as an HGV driver. He graduated in December 1999. He is now an information technology consultant, based in Nottingham.

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