The Christian Theology Reader

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Alister E. McGrath
Wiley, Feb 15, 2001 - Religion - 707 pages
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This Reader brings together 324 seminal texts of Christian theology, drawn from more than 200 different sources throughout the two thousand years of Christian history.

  • Follows the same structure as its companion volume, Christian Theology: An Introduction, or it can easily be used as a freestanding resource.

  • Contains more classical and multicultural readings to supplement the wide-ranging collection of the first edition.

  • Features updated study panels, introductions to every reading, bibliographies, a substantially revised and expanded glossary and study questions, as well as full cross-referencing.

  • Includes a new section on 'Theological Resources on the Internet'.

  • Won a Christianity Today book award in its first edition.

More details on the third edition of The Christian Theology Reader can be found on the following website: http://www.blackwellpublishing.com/mcgrath

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If you want access to the material, yet have limited space on your bookshelves, you will find these books by McGrath are a welcome addition to your library. Indispensible to students. Read full review

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If you're looking for a book that gives a great overview of how Christian Theology and thought have unraveled through the last 2,000 years, this is your book. From Martin Luther, to Augustine, Justin Martyr, and many more. Read full review

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About the author (2001)

Alister E McGrath is Principal of Wycliffe Hall, Oxford and Professor of Historical Theology at Oxford University. He is the author of numerous bestselling books. His previous publications with Blackwell Publishers include: Christian Literature: An Anthology (2000), Christian Spirituality (1999) Reformation Thought 3rd edition (1999), Historical Theology (1998), Science and Religion (1998), and An Introduction to Christianity (1997), amongst many others.

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