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How to Read Theology For All Its Worth: A Guide For Students

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Too many Christians avoid reading theology for fear they won't understand it or out of a misconception that it's only meant for the academic elite. Similarly, students in introductory theology classes can feel overwhelmed by the concepts and terminology they...


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Too many Christians avoid reading theology for fear they won't understand it or out of a misconception that it's only meant for the academic elite. Similarly, students in introductory theology classes can feel overwhelmed by the concepts and terminology they encounter.

Yet theology can be read with enjoyment and discernment. In How to Read Theology for All Its Worth, professor, author, and devoted reader Karin Stetina introduces students to the basic skills of intelligent reading, applied especially to theological works. Anyone who'd like to read theology well, whether a formal student or interested layperson, will benefit from the simple steps Stetina outlines.

Steps include:

Identifying genre

Becoming acquainted with the author and the context out of which he or she wrote

Determining a thesis and main arguments

How to Read Theology for All Its Worth will equip readers not only to understand theology but also to insightfully engage authors' ideas. With the basic tools in hand, everyone can read with confidence and enjoy "conversations" with theological works.

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Too many Christians avoid reading theology for fear they won't understand it or out of a misconception that it's only meant for the academic elite. Similarly, students in introductory theology classes can feel overwhelmed by the concepts and terminology they encounter.


Yet theology can be read with enjoyment and discernment. In How to Read Theology for All Its Worth, professor, author, and devoted reader Karin Stetina introduces students to the basic skills of intelligent reading, applied especially to theological works. Anyone who'd like to read theology well, whether a formal student or interested layperson, will benefit from the simple steps Stetina outlines.


Steps include:

Identifying genre Becoming acquainted with the author and the context out of which he or she wrote Determining a thesis and main arguments
How to Read Theology for All Its Worth will equip readers not only to understand theology but also to insightfully engage authors' ideas. With the basic tools in hand, everyone can read with confidence and enjoy "conversations" with theological works.


-Publisher

PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 559995
  • Product Code 9780310093824
  • ISBN 0310093821
  • EAN 9780310093824
  • UPC 025986093822
  • Pages 224
  • Department Academic
  • Category Theology
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Zondervan Academic
  • Publication Date Sep 2020
  • Sales Rank 9635
  • Dimensions 203 x 133 x 12mm
  • Weight 0.198kg

Karin Spiecker Stetina

Karin Spiecker Stetina (PhD, Marquette University) is associate professor of biblical and theological studies at Biola University. She is the author of Jonathan Edwards' Early Understanding of Religious Experience and The Fatherhood of God in John Calvin's Thought .

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  • :chapter 1: Reading With Discernment
  • Chapter 2: The Tools Of Discernment
  • Chapter 3: Before You Read: Examining Textual Features
  • Chapter 4: Context: Getting Acquainted With The Author And Background Of The Work
  • Chapter 5: Discerning Theological Genres: Identifying Types And Methods
  • Chapter 6: Identifying The Author’s View: Thesis, Main Arguments, And Key Terms
  • Chapter 7: Going Beyond Socrates: Evaluating And Applying The Text
  • Chapter 8: Teaching The Tools Of Discernment
  • Appendices
  • Appendix 1: How To Outline A Theological Work
  • Appendix 2: How To Lead A Theological Discussion
  • Appendix 3: The Socratic Method: Learning To Ask The Right Questions
  • Appendix 4: Sample Questions

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