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About the bookGrundtvig's viewpoint on human nature and human society, on the relationship between national and international community, on the inner dynamic which sustains and drives forward the Christian tradition, remains remarkably little known outside his own country.
In recent years, however, this situation has begun to change. Grundtvig's thought is being more widely studied and discussed in an international perspective. This fascinating and very varied collection of essays, mostly European and North American, suggests that in N.F.S. Grundtvig we have a 19th-century thinker with unexpected relevance to the dilemmas of the new century.
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A.M. Allchin, Introduction
Philip Hefner, Theology and Creation: Joseph Sittler and N.F.S. Grundtvig
Michael Root, Generous Orthodoxy: Regin Prenter's Appropriation of Grundtvig
Axel C. Kildegaard, Danish Grundtvigians in the United States: Challenges Past and Present
R. William Franklin, Grundtvig Within the Ecclesiological Revival of 19th-Century Europe
Vítor Westhelle, "The Noble Tribe of Truth" Etchings on Myth, Language, and Truth Speaking
Jakob Balling, Old Europe and its Aftermath: Poetry, Doctrine, and Western Culture
Christian Thodberg, Grundtvig's View of the Bible
A.M. Allchin, The Holy Spirit in the Teaching of N.F.S. Grundtvig
S.A.J. Bradley, "A Truly Proud Ruin": Grundtvig and the Anglo-Saxon Legacy
Gustav Björkstrand, Grundtvig's "Education for Life" and the Cultural Challenge Facing the Baltic and Nordic Countries Today
Asoke Bhattacharya, Adult Education in India: Relevance of Grundtvig
K.E. Bugge, Some International Varieties of Grundtvig Inspiration
Holger Bernt Hansen, Education for Life or for Livelihood? Grundtvig and the Third World Revisited
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