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The modern theologians : an introduction to Christian theology in the twentieth century / edited by David F. Ford.

Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextPublication details: Cambridge, Mass. ; Oxford : Blackwell Publishers, 1997.Edition: 2nd edISBN:
  • 0631195912
  • 0631195920
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 230.0904 21
LOC classification:
  • BT28
Partial contents:
Introduction to Modern Christian Theology / David F. Ford -- Pt. I. Continental European Theologies. 1. Karl Barth / Robert W. Jenson. 2. Dietrich Bonhoeffer / Charles Marsh. 3. Eberhard Jungel / John B. Webster. 4. Rudolf Bultmann / Robert Morgan. 5. Paul Tillich / David H. Kelsey. 6. French Theology: Yves Congar and Henri de Lubac / Fergus Kerr. 7. Karl Rahner / J. A. Di Noia. 8. Hans Urs von Balthasar / John Riches and Ben Quash. 9. Edward Schillebeeckx / Robert J. Schreiter. 10. Hans Kung / Werner G. Jeanrond. 11. Wolfhart Pannenberg / Christoph Schwobel. 12. Jurgen Moltmann / Richard Bauckham -- Pt. II. British Theologies. 13. Theology through History / S. W. Sykes. 14. Theology through Philosophy / Daniel W. Hardy. 15. Theology and Society / Peter Sedgwick -- Pt. III. Theologies in North America. 16. Theological Ethics / William Werpehowski. 17. Revisionists and Liberals / James J. Buckley. 18. Postliberal Theology / William C. Placher. 19. Black, Hispanic/Latino, and Native American Theologies / M. Shawn Copeland. 20. Feminist and Womanist Theologies / Rebecca S. Chopp -- Pt. IV. Latin American, African, and Asian Theologies. 21. Latin American Liberation Theology / Rebecca S. Chopp. 22(1). African Theology / Kwame Bediako. 22(2). African Theology: South Africa / John W. de Gruchy. 23. Asian Theology / George Gispert-Sauch -- Pt. V. Evangelical and Orthodox Theologies. 24. Evangelical Theology / Ray S. Anderson. 25. Eastern Orthodox Theology / Rowan Williams -- Pt. VI. Transregional Movements. 26. Biblical Theology and Hermeneutics / Anthony C. Thiselton. 27. Ecumenical Theology / Michael Root. 28. Theology of Mission / Lamin Sanneh. 29. Feminist Theology / Ann Loades. 30. Postmodern Theology / Graham Ward -- Pt. VII. Theology and Religious Diversity. 31. Judaism and Christian Theology / Peter Ochs. 32. Theology of Religions / Gavin D'Costa -- Pt. VIII. Theology and the Arts and Sciences. 33. Theology and the Natural Sciences / Ted Peters. 34(1). Theology and the Arts: Visual Arts / Graham Howes. 34(2). Theology and the Arts: Music / Jeremy Begbie. 35. Theology and the Social Sciences / Richard H. Roberts -- Epilogue: Christian Theology at the Turn of the Millennium / David F. Ford.
Summary: This is a thoroughly revised and expanded edition of The Modern Theologians, first published in 1989, which is now available in a single volume. The Modern Theologians provides a comprehensive and accessible introduction to the main Christian theologies of the twentieth century, and is the ideal textbook for students at universities, colleges, and seminaries. Each chapter is written by a leading theologian and aims to give a clear picture of a particular movement, topic, or individual theologian. It also aims to further the critical debates in the field.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Previous ed.: published in two volumes, 1989.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction to Modern Christian Theology / David F. Ford -- Pt. I. Continental European Theologies. 1. Karl Barth / Robert W. Jenson. 2. Dietrich Bonhoeffer / Charles Marsh. 3. Eberhard Jungel / John B. Webster. 4. Rudolf Bultmann / Robert Morgan. 5. Paul Tillich / David H. Kelsey. 6. French Theology: Yves Congar and Henri de Lubac / Fergus Kerr. 7. Karl Rahner / J. A. Di Noia. 8. Hans Urs von Balthasar / John Riches and Ben Quash. 9. Edward Schillebeeckx / Robert J. Schreiter. 10. Hans Kung / Werner G. Jeanrond. 11. Wolfhart Pannenberg / Christoph Schwobel. 12. Jurgen Moltmann / Richard Bauckham -- Pt. II. British Theologies. 13. Theology through History / S. W. Sykes. 14. Theology through Philosophy / Daniel W. Hardy. 15. Theology and Society / Peter Sedgwick -- Pt. III. Theologies in North America. 16. Theological Ethics / William Werpehowski. 17. Revisionists and Liberals / James J. Buckley. 18. Postliberal Theology / William C. Placher. 19. Black, Hispanic/Latino, and Native American Theologies / M. Shawn Copeland. 20. Feminist and Womanist Theologies / Rebecca S. Chopp -- Pt. IV. Latin American, African, and Asian Theologies. 21. Latin American Liberation Theology / Rebecca S. Chopp. 22(1). African Theology / Kwame Bediako. 22(2). African Theology: South Africa / John W. de Gruchy. 23. Asian Theology / George Gispert-Sauch -- Pt. V. Evangelical and Orthodox Theologies. 24. Evangelical Theology / Ray S. Anderson. 25. Eastern Orthodox Theology / Rowan Williams -- Pt. VI. Transregional Movements. 26. Biblical Theology and Hermeneutics / Anthony C. Thiselton. 27. Ecumenical Theology / Michael Root. 28. Theology of Mission / Lamin Sanneh. 29. Feminist Theology / Ann Loades. 30. Postmodern Theology / Graham Ward -- Pt. VII. Theology and Religious Diversity. 31. Judaism and Christian Theology / Peter Ochs. 32. Theology of Religions / Gavin D'Costa -- Pt. VIII. Theology and the Arts and Sciences. 33. Theology and the Natural Sciences / Ted Peters. 34(1). Theology and the Arts: Visual Arts / Graham Howes. 34(2). Theology and the Arts: Music / Jeremy Begbie. 35. Theology and the Social Sciences / Richard H. Roberts -- Epilogue: Christian Theology at the Turn of the Millennium / David F. Ford.

This is a thoroughly revised and expanded edition of The Modern Theologians, first published in 1989, which is now available in a single volume. The Modern Theologians provides a comprehensive and accessible introduction to the main Christian theologies of the twentieth century, and is the ideal textbook for students at universities, colleges, and seminaries. Each chapter is written by a leading theologian and aims to give a clear picture of a particular movement, topic, or individual theologian. It also aims to further the critical debates in the field.