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The Modern Theologians (3rd Edition)

The Modern Theologians (3rd Edition)

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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. ^Each chapter is written by a leading theologian and gives a clear picture of a particular movement, topic or individual. ^New and updated treatments of topics covered in earlier editions, with over half the chapters 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 theolo

- Publisher Preface Acknowledgements Notes on Contributors Introduction to Modern Christian Theology David F. Ford (University of Cambridge) Part 1: Classics of the 20th Century 1 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 USA Section A Germany 7 Wolfhart Pannenberg: Christoph Schwbel (University of Tubingen) 8 Jurgen Moltmann: Richard Bauckham (University of St Andrews) Section B Britain 9 T.F. Torrance: Daniel W. Hardy (University of Cambridge) 10 Anglican Theology: Peter Sedgwick (Church of England Public Affairs Unit) Section C The USA 11 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 Traditions 14 Postliberal Theology: James Fodor (St Bonaventure University) 15 Systematic theology after Barth: Jungel, 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 Signification 17 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 Sciences 20 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 practice 23 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 Theology 25 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 Engagements 32 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 Faiths 36 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 Media 40 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)

- Publisher Preface.Acknowledgements.Notes on Contributors.Introduction to Modern Christian Theology (David F. Ford).Part I: Classics of the Twentieth Century.1. Karl Barth (Daniel W. Hardy).2. Dietrich Bonheoffer (Wayne Whitson Floyd).3. Paul Tillich (David H. Kelsey).4. Henri de Lubac (John Milbank).5. Karl Rahner (Karen Kilby).6. Hans Urs von Balthasar (Ben Quash).Part II: Theological Responses to Modernity in Europe and the USA.Section A: Germany.7. Wolfhart Pannenberg (Christoph Schwobel).8. Jurgen Moltmann (Richard Bauckham).Section B: Britain.9. T.F. Torrance (Daniel W. Hardy).10. Anglican Theology (Peter Sedgwick).Section C: USA.11. H. Richard Niebuhr (Stanley Hauerwas).12. Reinhold Niebuhr (William Werpehowski).13. Revisionists and Liberals 9James J. Buckley).Section D: The Contemporary Scene: Reappropriating Traditions.14. Postliberal Theology (James Fodor).15. Systematic Theology after Barth: Jungel, Jenson, and Gunton (John Webster).16. Roman Catholic Theology after Vatican II (Paul D. Murray).Section E: Texts, Truth, and Signification.17. Biblical Interpretation (Anthony C. Thiselton).18. Philosophical Theology (Ingolf U. Dalferth).19. Postmodern Theology (Graham Ward).Part III: Theology and the Sciences.20. Theology and the Physical Sciences (Philip Clayton).21. Theology and the Biological Sciences (Celia Deane Drummond).22. Theology and the Social Sciences (Richard H. Roberts).Part IV: Theology, Prayer, and Practice.23. Theology and Spirituality (Mark A. McIntosh).24. Pastoral and Practical Theology (Stephen Pattison and Gordon Lynch).Part V: Particularizing Theology.25. Feminism, Gender, and Theology (Rachel Muers).26. Black Theology of Liberation (Dwight N. Hopkins).27. Latin American Liberation Theology (Rebecca S. Chopp and Ethna Regan).28. African Technology (Tinyiko Sam Maluleke).29. Theologies of South Asia (Felix Wilfred).30. Contextual Theology in East Asian (Archie Chi Chung Lee).31. Postcolonial Biblical Interpretation (R.S. Sugirtharajah).Part VI: Global Engagements.32. Ecumenical Theology (Mary Tanner).33. Eastern Orthodox Theology (Rowan Williams).34. Pentecostal and Charismatic Theology (Allan Anderson).35. Evangelical Theology (David F. Wells).Part VII: Theology Between Faiths.36. Theology of Religions (Gavin D'Costa).37. Judaism and Christian Theology (Ataullah Siddiqui).38. Islam and Christian Theology (Ataullah Siddiqui).39. Buddhism and Christian Theology (Paul O. Ingram).Part VIII: Theology in Many Media.40. Theology and the Visual Arts (John W. de Gruchy).41. Theology and Music (Jeremy S. Begbie).42. Theology and Film (Jolyon Mitchell).Epilogue: Twelve theses for Christian Theology in the Twenty-First century (David F. Ford).Glossary.Index.

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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. ^Each chapter is written by a leading theologian and gives a clear picture of a particular movement, topic or individual. ^New and updated treatments of topics covered in earlier editions, with over half the chapters 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 theolo
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Preface Acknowledgements Notes on Contributors Introduction to Modern Christian Theology David F. Ford (University of Cambridge) Part 1: Classics of the 20th Century 1 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 USA Section A Germany 7 Wolfhart Pannenberg: Christoph Schwbel (University of Tubingen) 8 Jurgen Moltmann: Richard Bauckham (University of St Andrews) Section B Britain 9 T.F. Torrance: Daniel W. Hardy (University of Cambridge) 10 Anglican Theology: Peter Sedgwick (Church of England Public Affairs Unit) Section C The USA 11 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 Traditions 14 Postliberal Theology: James Fodor (St Bonaventure University) 15 Systematic theology after Barth: Jungel, 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 Signification 17 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 Sciences 20 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 practice 23 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 Theology 25 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 Engagements 32 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 Faiths 36 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 Media 40 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)
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Preface.Acknowledgements.Notes on Contributors.Introduction to Modern Christian Theology (David F. Ford).Part I: Classics of the Twentieth Century.1. Karl Barth (Daniel W. Hardy).2. Dietrich Bonheoffer (Wayne Whitson Floyd).3. Paul Tillich (David H. Kelsey).4. Henri de Lubac (John Milbank).5. Karl Rahner (Karen Kilby).6. Hans Urs von Balthasar (Ben Quash).Part II: Theological Responses to Modernity in Europe and the USA.Section A: Germany.7. Wolfhart Pannenberg (Christoph Schwobel).8. Jurgen Moltmann (Richard Bauckham).Section B: Britain.9. T.F. Torrance (Daniel W. Hardy).10. Anglican Theology (Peter Sedgwick).Section C: USA.11. H. Richard Niebuhr (Stanley Hauerwas).12. Reinhold Niebuhr (William Werpehowski).13. Revisionists and Liberals 9James J. Buckley).Section D: The Contemporary Scene: Reappropriating Traditions.14. Postliberal Theology (James Fodor).15. Systematic Theology after Barth: Jungel, Jenson, and Gunton (John Webster).16. Roman Catholic Theology after Vatican II (Paul D. Murray).Section E: Texts, Truth, and Signification.17. Biblical Interpretation (Anthony C. Thiselton).18. Philosophical Theology (Ingolf U. Dalferth).19. Postmodern Theology (Graham Ward).Part III: Theology and the Sciences.20. Theology and the Physical Sciences (Philip Clayton).21. Theology and the Biological Sciences (Celia Deane Drummond).22. Theology and the Social Sciences (Richard H. Roberts).Part IV: Theology, Prayer, and Practice.23. Theology and Spirituality (Mark A. McIntosh).24. Pastoral and Practical Theology (Stephen Pattison and Gordon Lynch).Part V: Particularizing Theology.25. Feminism, Gender, and Theology (Rachel Muers).26. Black Theology of Liberation (Dwight N. Hopkins).27. Latin American Liberation Theology (Rebecca S. Chopp and Ethna Regan).28. African Technology (Tinyiko Sam Maluleke).29. Theologies of South Asia (Felix Wilfred).30. Contextual Theology in East Asian (Archie Chi Chung Lee).31. Postcolonial Biblical Interpretation (R.S. Sugirtharajah).Part VI: Global Engagements.32. Ecumenical Theology (Mary Tanner).33. Eastern Orthodox Theology (Rowan Williams).34. Pentecostal and Charismatic Theology (Allan Anderson).35. Evangelical Theology (David F. Wells).Part VII: Theology Between Faiths.36. Theology of Religions (Gavin D'Costa).37. Judaism and Christian Theology (Ataullah Siddiqui).38. Islam and Christian Theology (Ataullah Siddiqui).39. Buddhism and Christian Theology (Paul O. Ingram).Part VIII: Theology in Many Media.40. Theology and the Visual Arts (John W. de Gruchy).41. Theology and Music (Jeremy S. Begbie).42. Theology and Film (Jolyon Mitchell).Epilogue: Twelve theses for Christian Theology in the Twenty-First century (David F. Ford).Glossary.Index.
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  • Preface. Acknowledgements. Notes On Contributors. Introduction To Modern Christian Theology (david F. Ford). Part I: Classics Of The Twentieth Century. 1. Karl Barth (daniel W. Hardy). 2. Dietrich Bonheoffer (wayne Whitson Floyd). 3. Paul Tillich (david H. Kelsey). 4. Henri De Lubac (john Milbank). 5. Karl Rahner (karen Kilby). 6. Hans Urs Von Balthasar (ben Quash). Part Ii: Theological Responses To Modernity In Europe And The Usa. Section A: Germany. 7. Wolfhart Pannenberg (christoph Schwobel). 8. Jurgen Moltmann (richard Bauckham). Section B: Britain. 9. T.f. Torrance (daniel W. Hardy). 10. Anglican Theology (peter Sedgwick). Section C: Usa. 11. H. Richard Niebuhr (stanley Hauerwas). 12. Reinhold Niebuhr (william Werpehowski). 13. Revisionists And Liberals 9james J. Buckley). Section D: The Contemporary Scene: Reappropriating Traditions. 14. Postliberal Theology (james Fodor). 15. Systematic Theology After Barth: Jungel, Jenson, And Gunton (john Webster). 16. Roman Catholic Theology After Vatican Ii (paul D. Murray). Section E: Texts, Truth, And Signification. 17. Biblical Interpretation (anthony C. Thiselton). 18. Philosophical Theology (ingolf U. Dalferth). 19. Postmodern Theology (graham Ward). Part Iii: Theology And The Sciences. 20. Theology And The Physical Sciences (philip Clayton). 21. Theology And The Biological Sciences (celia Deane Drummond). 22. Theology And The Social Sciences (richard H. Roberts). Part Iv: Theology, Prayer, And Practice. 23. Theology And Spirituality (mark A. Mcintosh). 24. Pastoral And Practical Theology (stephen Pattison And Gordon Lynch). Part V: Particularizing Theology. 25. Feminism, Gender, And Theology (rachel Muers). 26. Black Theology Of Liberation (dwight N. Hopkins). 27. Latin American Liberation Theology (rebecca S. Chopp And Ethna Regan). 28. African Technology (tinyiko Sam Maluleke). 29. Theologies Of South Asia (felix Wilfred). 30. Contextual Theology In East Asian (archie Chi Chung Lee). 31. Postcolonial Biblical Interpretation (r.s. Sugirtharajah). Part Vi: Global Engagements. 32. Ecumenical Theology (mary Tanner). 33. Eastern Orthodox Theology (rowan Williams). 34. Pentecostal And Charismatic Theology (allan Anderson). 35. Evangelical Theology (david F. Wells). Part Vii: Theology Between Faiths. 36. Theology Of Religions (gavin D'costa). 37. Judaism And Christian Theology (ataullah Siddiqui). 38. Islam And Christian Theology (ataullah Siddiqui). 39. Buddhism And Christian Theology (paul O. Ingram). Part Viii: Theology In Many Media. 40. Theology And The Visual Arts (john W. De Gruchy). 41. Theology And Music (jeremy S. Begbie). 42. Theology And Film (jolyon Mitchell). Epilogue: Twelve Theses For Christian Theology In The Twenty-first Century (david F. Ford). Glossary. Index.

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  • Catalogue Code 235830
  • Product Code 1405102772
  • EAN 9781405102773
  • Pages 842
  • Department Academic
  • Category Theology
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  • Publisher Blackwell Publishing
  • Publication Date Jul 2005
  • Sales Rank #32117
  • Dimensions 245 x 173 x 43 mm
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