By P. H. Brazier,Murray Rae
"This is not only one other scholarly exegesis of Dostoevsky's theology. Paul Brazier's impeccable learn in actual fact places it during this type. His sharp, analytical brain takes in Dostoevsky's fiction, letters, diary, even his own annotations in his reproduction of the recent testomony to explicate Dostoevsky's 'theological anthropology,' a theology in response to the connection of God to humanity. The portrait of Dostoevsky that emerges from Brazier's paintings, via chosen anecdotes and dialogues of characters, is besides built and vibrant as Dostoevsky's personal Ivan Karamasov or Raskolnikov. it's a pleasure to read."
--Salwa Khoddam, Professor of English, Emerita, Oklahoma urban University
"Dostoevsky's later fiction stares unblinkingly on the actual depravity of human existence, yet still imagines a reaction formed through compassion and love. during this, he's a remarkably Christian, and relentlessly theological, writer. Paul Brazier does an outstanding activity of sifting and accumulating the theological subject matters in Dostoevsky's paintings, and exhibiting us the level of his figuring out of the gospel."
--Stephen R. Holmes, Head of college of Divinity, collage of St. Andrews
"An strangely lucid survey of Dostoevsky's significant fiction, written from a robustly theological viewpoint, it will be a most precious contribution to the examine of 1 of Europe's maximum Christian imaginations. There are arguments the following that may definitely impress debate, however the dialogue is cautious and good documented, and makes a true contribution to the examine of the subject."
--Rowan Williams, collage of Cambridge; writer of Dostoevsky: Language, religion and Fiction
An self sufficient theologian and student residing in London, P. H. Brazier holds levels in positive artwork (BA), schooling (MPhil), and systematic theology (MA and PhD). He has released largely in theology and philosophy, together with a five-volume systematic research of C. S. Lewis's theology.
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Dostoevsky: A Theological Engagement by P. H. Brazier,Murray Rae