Introduction to Christian Theology: Contemporary North American Perspectives

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Roger A. Badham
Westminster John Knox Press, Jan 1, 1998 - Religion - 278 pages

This book covers a broad spectrum of current perspectives in theology, including evangelical, liberal, liberationist, feminist, and postmodern approaches. A textbook for introductory theology classes in seminaries and colleges, this wide-ranging collection of essays also represents the best available resource for any reader seeking to explore and understand the diversity of current trends in theology and ethics.

 

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Contents

The Landscape of TwentiethCentury Theology
3
The Theological Challenge of Religious Pluralism
24
EVANGELICAL AND CONSERVATIONIST THEOLOGIES
51
Postmodern Paleoorthodoxy
66
Evangelical Theology in Progress
75
PART
87
A Promising Obituary
103
PART IV
119
Empirical Theology and Its Divergence from Process Thought
166
PART V
173
Reflections toward
183
JAMES H CONE
197
TOWNES
212
CATHERINE KELLER
225
ADA MARf A ISASIDIAZ
237
The Ends of Theology
255

Correlational Theology and the Chicago School
137
Process Theology and the Present Church Struggle
154

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About the author (1998)

Roger Badham is a former chaplain of Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.

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