Method and Context as Problems for Contemporary Theology: Doing Theology in an Alien World

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Edwin Mellen Press, 1991 - Religion - 236 pages
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A proposal for the need to concentrate on the basic and simple art of doing theology in the context of a world which needs a word that is distinct from its own - a world alienated from God and still yearning to overcome its primordial alienation. Theology must be able to convey the ultimate message which is without equal, to overcome being a minority voice in an overcrowded market. [TST 58*] $89.95 248pp. 1991

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A Question of Method
The Cosmic Referent
The Historic Referent
The Textual Referent
The Cultic Referent
The Ultimate Referent Jesus Christ
Index of Names
Index of Biblical References

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Hans Schwarz (DrTheol, Erlangen University), one of the major Lutheran theologians of the last half-century, is the author or editor of more than fifty books, including a critically acclaimed series of texts in systematic theology. He is professor of systematic theology and contemporary theological issues at the University of Regensburg and previously taught at Trinity Lutheran Seminary in Ohio. He is ordained in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and the Evangelisch-Lutherische Kirche in Bayern.

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