This project generates conversation between the great thinkers of the Russian Orthodox tradition with the most significant Protestant theologian of the last century, Karl Barth.
Luther and Liberation recovers the liberating and revolutionary impact of Luther’s theology, read afresh from the perspective of the Latin American context.
Healing the Schism maps out the new Jewish-Christian encounter from its nascent origins in the work of Karl Barth and Franz Rosenzweig to its current state.
This book is about how to interpret the many religions, concentrating on what we call the “world religions,” for this has been the focus of most of the theological debate over the past fifty years.
With humor and examples drawn from art and life, Helen-Ann Hartley argues that to appreciate fully the Bible’s richness and diversity, we have to wrestle critically and creatively with themes that attract us and repel us.
There are many people who are put off by the doctrines of atonement and redemption. People find it hard to believe in a loving God who appears at the same time to be so angry and vindictive.
For many decades, militant atheism and religious dogmatism have fed off each other. Each intellectual argument and rhetorical flourish acts as encouragement and cause for further passion in the other.