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Modern Theologians: An Introduction to Christian Theology since 1918 (David F Ford Rachel Muers (eds)) Paperback Book, (Wiley-Blackwell, 2005) 9781405102773
Modern Theologians: An Introduction to Christian Theology since 1918 (David F Ford Rachel Muers (eds)) Paperback Book, (Wiley-Blackwell, 2005) 9781405102773
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Title: The Modern Theologians: An Introduction to Christian Theology since 1918

Author: Ford, David F Rachel Muers (eds)

Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell; Publication Date: 2005

Paperback; ISBN: 9781405102773

Edition: 3rd Volumes: 1; Pages: 932

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This popular text has been updated to ensure that it continues to provide a current and comprehensive overview of the main Christian theologies of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.Features* Each chapter is written by a leading theologian and gives a clear picture of a particular movement, topic or individual.* Revisions and new authors of chapters in earlier editions, with over half new to this edition or revised by new authors.* New section singling out six classic theologians of the twentieth century* Expanded treatment of the natural sciences, gender, Roman Catholic theology since Vatican II, and African, Asian and Evangelical theologies* Completely new chapters on spirituality, pastoral theology, philosophical theology, postcolonial biblical interpretation, Pentecostal theology, Islam and Christian theology, Buddhism and Christian theology, and theology and film* As in previous editions, the text opens with a full introduction to modern theology.* Epilogue discussing the present situation and prospects of Christian theology in the twenty-first century.ContentsPrefaceAcknowledgementsNotes on ContributorsIntroduction to Modern Christian TheologyDavid F. Ford (University of Cambridge)Part 1: Classics of the 20th Century1 Karl Barth: Daniel W. Hardy (University of Cambridge)2 Dietrich Bonhoeffer: Wayne Whitson Floyd (Editor, Dietrich Bonhoeffer Words, English Edition)3 Paul Tillich: David H. Kelsey (Yale University Divinity School)4 Henri de Lubac: John Milbank (University of Nottingham)5 Karl Rahner: Karen Kilby (University of Nottingham)6 Hans Urs von Balthasar: Ben Quash (University of Cambridge)Part 2: Theological Responses to Modernity in Europe and the USASection A Germany7 Wolfhart Pannenberg: Christoph Schwbel (University of Tubingen)8 Jrgen Moltmann: Richard Bauckham (University of St Andrews)Section B Britain9 T. F. Torrance: Daniel W. Hardy (University of Cambridge)10 Anglican Theology: Peter Sedgwick (Church of England Public Affairs Unit)Section C The USA11 H. Richard Niebuhr: Stanley Hauerwas (Duke University)12 Reinhold Niebuhr: William Werpehowski (Villanova University)13 Revisionists and Liberals: James J. Buckley (Loyola College, Maryland)Section D The Contemporary Scene: Reappropriating Traditions14 Postliberal Theology: James Fodor (St Bonaventure University)15 Systematic theology after Barth: Jngel, Jenson, Gunton: John Webster (University of Aberdeen)16 Roman Catholic Theology after Vatican II: Paul D. Murray (University of Durham)Section E Texts, Truth and Signification17 Biblical Interpretation: Anthony C. Thiselton (University of Nottingham)18 Philosophical Theology: Ingolf U. Dalferth (Theologisches Seminar, Zurich)19 Postmodern Theology: Graham Ward (University of Manchester)Part 3: Theology and the Sciences20 Theology and the physical sciences: Philip Clayton (Claremont School of Theology)21 Theology and the biological sciences: Celia Deane-Drummond (Chester College)22 Theology and the social sciences: Richard H. Roberts (Lancaster University and University of Stirling)Part 4: Theology, prayer and practice23 Theology and Spirituality: Mark A. McIntosh (Loyola University, Chicago)24 Pastoral and Practical Theology: Stephen Pattison (Cardiff University) and Gordon Lynch (University of Birmingham)Part 5: Particularizing Theology25 Feminism, Gender and Theology: Rachel Muers (University of Exeter)26 Black Theology of Liberation: Dwight N. Hopkins (University of Chicago Divinity School)27 Latin American Liberation Theology: Rebecca S. Chopp and Ethna Regan (Wolfson College, University of Cambridge)28 African Theology: Tinyiko Sam Maluleke (University of South Africa)29 Theologies of South Asia: Felix Wilfred (University of Madras, Chennai)30 Theologies of East Asia: Archie Chi Chung Lee (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)31 Postcolonial Biblical Interpretation: R. S. Sugitharajah (University of Birmingham)Part 6: Global Engagements32 Ecumenical Theology: Mary Tanner (World Council of Churches)33 Eastern Orthodox Theology: Rowan Williams (Archbishop of Canterbury)34 Pentecostal Theology: Allan Anderson (University of Birmingham)35 Evangelical Theology: David F. Wells (Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary)Part 7: Theology Between Faiths36 Theology of Religions: Gavin D'Costa (University of Bristol)37 Judaism and Christian Theology: Peter Ochs (University of Virginia)38 Islam and Christian Theology: Ataullah Siddiqui (Islamic Foundation, UK)39 Buddhism and Christian Theology: Paul O. Ingram (Pacific Lutheran University)Part 8: Theology in Many Media40 Theology and the visual arts: John W. de Gruchy (University of Cape Town)41 Theology and music: Jeremy S. Begbie (University of Cambridge and University of St Andrews)42 Theology and film: Jolyon Mitchell (Edinburgh University)Epilogue: Twelve Slogans For Christian Theology in the Twenty-first Century GlossaryIndex
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