Walter Wink (1935–2012) was an icon of the progressive movement in Christian theology in the late 20th century and at the turn of the millennium. Arguably his most popular and enduring works are those he wrote on the concept of “powers” as understood in scripture. In this series, Wink utilizes his training in biblical interpretation to examine the nature of power and how the modern conception of it differs significantly from the way the biblical authors use the concept. His stirring analysis leads to many relevant social commentaries on the power structures of our own day and the capacity for evil to flourish within them. Through this lens, Wink encourages Christians and the churches to do their part to bring about social justice in the face of the powers of evil.
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