Fortress Introduction to Contemporary Theologies

Fortress Introduction to Contemporary Theologies

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Beginning with the tatters of Europe after World War I, the authors deftly survey a myriad of Christian theologians. These theologians have responded creatively to the steep challenges to faith in this tumultuous century - from Karl Barths No! to Reinhold Niebuhr's Christian realism, from Dietrich Bonhoeffer's qreligionless Christianityq to Rosemary Radford Ruether's feminist liberation theology. Easily accessible to both the theological student and the inquiring lay reader, this succinct and reliable guide opens doors to some of the most profound religious insights of our time.That is, we do not have in Niebuhr a preoccupation with this present life to the exclusion of eschatology a€” a doctrine of the ... experience of finis constantly confronts the experience of telos with the threat of nonbeing and mean- inglessness.


Title:Fortress Introduction to Contemporary Theologies
Author: Ed. LeRoy Miller, Stanley James Grenz
Publisher:Fortress Press -
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