The Fault Lines Founding Liberty Paperback – 29 September 2020
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- Publisher : Resource Publications (29 September 2020)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 78 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1725278243
- ISBN-13 : 978-1725278240
- Dimensions : 13.97 x 0.46 x 21.59 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 227,144 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
- Customer Reviews:
"Sarah Bacaller shows us that in the twenty-first century it is still possible to write a philosophical and theological novella that is insightful, rigorous, and entertaining at the same time, and never pretentious. The protagonist of Fault Lines might appear as an 'ordinary' person with a quite conventional religious past and without a scholarly understanding of theological issues; an interpersonal exchange, however, which is ordinary and exceptional at the same time, makes her begin a journey of intellectual and spiritual growth. . . . A remarkable read."
--Paolo Diego Bubbio, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Western Sydney University; Author of Sacrifice in the Post-Kantian Tradition and God and the Self in Hegel
"Fault Lines is an engrossing novella about an unexpected friendship between women, portrayed with sensitivity and nuance. Sarah Bacaller has crafted a moving exploration of faith and hope in the face of death."
--Elizabeth Klett, Professor of Literature, University of Houston-Clear Lake
"Sarah Bacaller writes with singular heuristic passion through a richly modulated voice that registers literary, philosophical, theological, and psychological insights. The Fault Lines Founding Liberty represents a composite exploration of human dignity, integrity, and Christian faith that is warmly and sensitively cast within familiar contexts of life."
--Stephen Curkpatrick, Senior Lecturer in Christian Thought and History, University of Divinity
"We write our biography by attending to the stories of others. Attentive to another, our storyteller discovers a mirror and a portrait in shared cups of tea, stories, and letters. 'What does it take to know a person?' To attend to them in death and to see them live in your own story. Look into Sarah Bacaller's mirror and see your own life afresh. Sit with this story; find faith, hope, and charity anew."
--John Capper, Anglican Minister; Academic Dean, Stirling Theological College