Postliberal Theological Method: A Critical Study
Postliberal Theological Method is a fresh, critical analysis of one of today's most influential theological movements. Drawing on recent thinking in analytic philosophy, particularly Donald Davidson's work on truth and meaning, Vidu raises questions about the linguistic turn in the theology of Hans Frei, George Lindbeck, John Milbank and others.
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The Nature of Doctrine: Religion and Theology in a Postliberal Age
George A. Lindbeck
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