Theology as Conversation
This unique volume invites readers into "conversations" on religion, theology, and social movements. The authors offer a variety of essays that not only contribute to creative thinking past long-standing impasses but also inspire new conversations. Some document historically inspired debates...
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This unique volume invites readers into "conversations" on religion, theology, and social movements. The authors offer a variety of essays that not only contribute to creative thinking past long-standing impasses but also inspire new conversations. Some document historically inspired debates that helped shape the theological reflection of the time in which they occurred. Some imagine a dialogue that never happened but that the contributor wished had taken place. Still others take a thematic approach and create a dialogue between religions or theology and a pressing social or political issue.
^^Theology as Conversation is a creative and constructive work, a fitting tribute to Princeton Theological Seminary professor Daniel L. Migliore
"Dan Migliore is a respected scholar...But he is also a master teacher. He is one of those rare individuals possessed of the ability to present a survey of the thinking of a great many theologians centered upon perennial problems or themes of current interest - with no loss of substance. He is a devoted churchman who has served on both the presbyterial and the national levels.... He is a man of great personal integrity, always a bridge-builder and reconciler among colleagues, an elder statesman whose wisdom is valued by all. Finally, he and his wife Margaret are people of hospitality.
Bruce L. McCormack (PhD, Princeton Theological Seminary; Dr theol hc, Friedrich Schiller University) is the Frederick and Margaret L. Weyerhaeuser Professor of Systematic Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary. A world-renowned Barth scholar, he is a frequent writer and lecturer on topics of Reformed theology and is the author of Karl Barth's Critically Realistic Dialectical Theology and editor of Justification in Perspective and Engaging the Doctrine of God: contemporary Protestant Perspectives.
Kimlyn J. Bender is associate professor of theology and philosophy at the University of Sioux Falls in South Dakota. He is also the author of Karl Barths Christological Ecclesiology.