How to Read Theology: Engaging Doctrine Critically and Charitably
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About "How to Read Theology: Engaging Doctrine Critically and Charitably"
:This handy, accessible introduction to reading theology helps readers engage doctrine critically and charitably. It serves as a primer to theological texts, offering practical guidelines for assessing theology and equipping the next generation of pastors and theologians to read theological literature wisely--even when they might disagree with it. An ideal theology textbook, it is especially well suited for students reading theological literature and discussing doctrine for the first time.
Meet the Author
Uche Anizor (PhD, Wheaton College) is associate professor of biblical and theological studies at Talbot School of Theology at Biola University. He is the author of Kings and Priests: Scripture's Theological Account of Its Readers and a contributor for Aspects of Reforming: Theology and Practice in Sixteenth Century Europe. Uche is a member of the Evangelical Theological Society and the Karl Barth Society of North America, and his interests include theological method, the theological interpretation of Scripture and the theology of Colin Gunton. He and his wife Melissa live in La Mirada, California.