With chapters on Pearse and Connolly, history, theology, politics, economics come together in creative dialogue to illuminate topics such as nationalism, unionism, and republicanism.
‘ … argues persuasively that a theology of redemption that is not just other-worldly can be a cogent tool in mobilising the political forces necessary to create a more just and caring society in both parts of this island.’ – T.P. O’Mahony in Doctrine & Life
John Marsden teaches Theology and Christian Social Ethics, he is a Church of Ireland Rector of Newbridge and offers readers contextual theology.
By Gabriel Daly, O.S.A. There is a pressing pastoral need to recognise the hopes and dreams, the disappointments and frustrations...
By Fr. William Yeomans, S.J (1925 - 1989) Matthew's gospel usually heads the list of the three synoptic gospels because...