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Eire, a Reformation historian, writes of his early childhood in Cuba and his wrenching exile from his family and country at the age of 11. In this lyrical memoir, triggered in part by his reaction to the custody battle over Elián González, Eire explores the burden of memory and provides a concentrated reflection on sin and evil.

The foremost articulator of a “theology of the cross” addresses the problem of Christian triumphalism in a post-9/11 world. Hall incorporates into this book the major motifs and emphases of his three-volume Christian Theology in a North American Context.


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