moderns: molders of contemporary theology.

  • 160 Pages
  • 1.63 MB
  • English
Zondervan Pub. House , Grand Rapids
Theologians., Theology, Doctrinal -- History -- 20th cen
LC ClassificationsBT28 .F5
The Physical Object
Pagination160 p.
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Open LibraryOL5852575M
LC Control Number62013173

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book library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. About the Author. Kirk R. MacGregor (PhD, University of Iowa) is assistant professor and chair of the Department of Philosophy and Religion at McPherson College in McPherson, Kansas.

He is the author of several scholarly works including A Molinist-Anabaptist Systematic Theology/5(13). recent developments in the theology of interreligious dialogue: from soteriological openness to hermeneutical openness.

marianne moyaert; pages: ; first published: 8 december Books shelved as contemporary-theology: Post-Christian: A Guide to Contemporary Thought and Culture by Gene Edward Veith Jr, Call It Grace: Finding Meani. Modern Christian Theology serves as a first-rate overview of philosophical theology from the last five centuries.

It will refresh more educated readers on the history and relations of theological movements, and it offers students from most university levels a superb guide to theology and certain eras of philosophy since the medieval period/5(9).

In Models of God, Sallie McFague explores the problems that contemporary theologians face. The main problems she focuses on are the ecological implications of the Nuclear Age. The consequences of nuclear warfare and the dropping of two nuclear bombs highlighted an unlimited potential within humankind to destroy itself and the world that Cited by: Christopher Ben Simpson tells the story of modern Christian theology against the backdrop of the history of modernity itself.

The book examines the many ways that theology became modern while seeing how modernity arose in no small part from theology. These intertwined stories progress through four parts. Modern Christian Theology () by Christopher Ben SimpsonBrand: T&T Clark. Edward Fisher (–) was an English theological writer.

He is generally considered the author of The Marrow of Modern Divinity () by E. F., a work which influentially stated the doctrine of unconditional grace, [2] and was at the centre of the later Marrow Controversy/5(35).

For your pp. term paper (typed, double-spaced), you will tackle an issue in modern or contemporary theology. This issue will have to do with religious teaching, e.g. what Christianity has to say in a modern or contemporary context about God, creation, divine providence, revelation, faith, human moral capacity, the ideal community, etc.

Schleiermacher, a German theologian at the turn of the nineteenth century, is truly one of the masters of modern theology: he sought to rebuild Protestant theology in the wake of the Enlightenment and of Kant's destruction of traditional metaphysics.

He was the founder of "liberal theology" with its emphasis on inner experience and the knowledge of God as mediated through history.5/5(2).

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In theology we cannot well make experiments, and in that case we should be all the more careful to use observa-tion. It is perhaps from thinkers of the modern period that a man derives most help or warning in the formation of his own as it evokes or clarifies our personal convictions does the historical study of theologyFile Size: 2MB.

I re-read this book leisurely and outside of the confines and pressures brought by thesis writing, and boy was it a very comforting one. De Lubac's careful reading of the history of theology and the development of doctrines on the relationship between nature and grace was truly inspiring, and I hope I get to this point as a teacher, a future cleric, and forever a student of theology/5.

The Oxford Handbook of Early Modern Theology, (Oxford Handbooks) by Ulrich L. Lehner, Richard A. Muller, et al.| Dec 1, Paperback.

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$$$$ Description. Accessible and comprehensive, Contemporary Theology: An Introduction by professor and author Kirk R. MacGregor provides a chronological survey of the major thinkers and schools of thought in modern theology in a manner that is both approachable and intriguing.

Unique among introductions to contemporary theology, MacGregor includes. Explore our list of Modern Christian Theology Books at Barnes & Noble®. Receive FREE shipping with your Barnes & Noble Membership. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Christopher Ben Simpson tells the story of modern Christian theology against the backdrop of the history of modernity itself.

The book examines the many ways that theology became modern while seeing how modernity arose in no small part from theology. These intertwined stories progress through four Part I, Emerging Modernity, Simpson discusses the period from the. Ehrman writes decent books for educated adults who don't study theology.

And, unlike Spong (who someone else likes here), he is at least honest enough to admit he's a non-believer. But he says nothing new.

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He adds nothing new to theology. There's nothing wrong with being a describer. Nothing wrong with passing on what other scholars have said.

My book tells how the story of Modernity is deeply intertwined with the story of Christian theology. Few people in the modern Western world think about God or religion.

A religious perspective is. The Contemporary Theology Collection brings the eternal truth of God to bear upon the contemporary considerations of the modern intellectual condition.

In six volumes, the collection examines the ontology of God, the Trinitarian nature of atonement, forgiveness and truth in the modern world, and much more. OCLC Number: Notes: "A New York times book." Description: viii, pages ; 22 cm. Contents: Introduction --Part I: Antecedents --Giambattista Vico: one of the boldest innovators in the history of human thought / Isaiah Berlin ; Charles Darwin: Darwin--and evolution--a century later / Paul B.

Sears --Friedrich Nietzsche: the Nietzsche the Nazis didn't know / Irwin Edman ; Sigmund. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.

My library. Current Issues in Theology meets this need. The books in the series are designed to provide a 'state-of-the-art' statement on the topic in question, engaging with contemporary thinking as. The book approaches Schleiermacher on sin with respect to three themes: one, its power to transcend an intractable metaethical dilemma at the heart of modern debates over sin; two, its intended compatibility with natural science; and three, to re-evaluating its place, and so Schleiermacher’s place, in the history of theology.

The Moderns: Molders of Contemporary Theology by William C. Fletcher 0 0 Protestant Christianity interpreted through its development by John Dillenberger (galacticus)3/5(3). Entries show how theology from the non-Western world has changed the language and contours of contemporary theology.

The editors commissioned theologians from the Third World to write more than entries on themes from Christian theology and religious studies, including spiritualities, cultural and social issues, biblical interpretation, and. An intriguing book, quite unlike any other The Marrow of Modern Divinity defies pigeon-holing.

It was written in the s by an author of whom we know little, yet it proved to be a critically important and controversial theological text/5. He is editor of The Pastoral Review and his publications include New Religious Movements in the Catholic Church (Burns &Oates, ) and Contemporary Catholic Theology: A Reader (Continuum, ).

Liam Gearon is Lecturer in Religious Education at the University of Oxford, UK, and is Senior Research Fellowship at Harris Manchester College. This book explores the crucial and continuing contribution that theology can make to public life, in an era that is often perceived to be dominated by consumerism and secularity.

It will especially appeal to scholars of contemporary religion, practical theologians, and all those who are engaged in.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Types of modern theology by H. Cited by:   Early Modern Catholicism makes available in modern spelling and punctuation substantial Catholic contributions to literature, history, political thought, devotion, and theology in the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries.

Rather than perpetuate the usual stereotypes and misinformation, it provides a fresh look at Catholic writing long suppressed, marginalized, and ignored.

Review of The Journey of Modern Theology by Roger E. Olson by Bev Mitchell. This book is written to grab you (gently) and introduce you to .The book had received considerable praise, including the second place award in theology from the U.S. Catholic Press Association.

In Junefollowing doctrinal examination of the book and analysis of Dupuis' responses to questions about it, the CDF found that the book contained "notable ambiguities and difficulties on important doctrinal.

The book then illustrates this symbiosis of rights and responsibilities in five areas: consent theories of government, rights of rebellion, criminal punishment, war and international responsibility, and Atonement by: 2.