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Fortress Introduction to Contemporary Theologies

Author: 
Ed. L. Miller (Author) Stanley J. Grenz (Author)
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Description

A reader-friendly, basic introduction that maps the central ideas of the major theologians of the twentieth century, easily accessible to both the theological student and the inquiring lay reader.

ISBN: 
9780800629816
Price: 
$24.00
Release date: 
August 1, 1998
Pages: 
256
Width: 
5.50
Height: 
8.50

Table of Contents

1. Back to the Basics: Barth
2. Christian Realism: Niebuhr
3. Jesus Christ and Mythology: Bultmann
4. The God above God: Tillich
5. Religionless Christianity: Bonhoeffer
6. The Death of God: Altizer and Hamilton
7. Theology in Process: Cobb
8. Hope in Suffering: Moltmann
9. Reason and Hope: Pannenberg
10. Liberating Praxis: Gutierrez
11. Theology of Women's Experience: Ruether
12. Global Theology: Hick
13. Theology in a Postliberal Age: Lindbeck