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Reconstructing Christian Theology

Author: 
Rebecca S. Chopp (Editor) Mark Lewis Taylor (Editor)
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Description

Christian theology needs to be reconstructed in light of recent and momentous intellectual changes, social revolutions, and steep pedagogical challenges. That is the conviction of many of North America's leading theologians whose close collaboration over several years bring us this exciting volume.

Reconstructing Christian Theology introduces theology in such a way that readers can discern the relevance of historical materials, pose theological questions, and begin to think theologically for themselves. Further, like other projects of the Workgroup on Constructive Theology, this volume stems from a deep desire to model a credible, creative, and engaged contemporary theology. So each chapter tackles major Christian teaching, juxtaposes it with a significant social or cultural challenge, and then reconstructs each in light of the other. The result is an innovative and compelling way to learn how theology can contribute to rethinking the most pressing issues of our day.
ISBN: 
9780800626969
Price: 
$30.00
Release date: 
November 1, 1994
Pages: 
400
Width: 
6
Height: 
9

Table of Contents

    Preface
    Contributors

    Introduction: Crisis, Hope, and Contemporary Theology
    Rebecca S. Chopp and Mark Lewis Taylor

  1. God, Sexism, and Transformation
    Marjorie Hewitt Suchocki

  2. God, Religious Pluralism, and Dialogic Encounter
    David B. Burrell, C.S.C.

  3. The Bible, The Global Context, and the Discipleship of Equals
    Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza

  4. Creation, Environmental Crisis, and Ecological Justice
    Kathryn Tanner

  5. Creation, Handicappism, and the Community of Differing Abilities
    Dawn De Vries

  6. Human Beings, Embodiment, and Our Home the Earth
    Scallie McFague

  7. Human Beings, White Supremacy, and Racial Justice
    Sharon D. Welch

  8. Militarism, Evil, and the Reign of God
    Walter Lowe

  9. Sin, Addiction, and Freedom
    Linda A. Mercadante

  10. Christology, Anti-Semitism, and Christian-Jewish Bonding
    John T. Pawlikowski, O.S.M.

  11. Christian Redemption between Colonialism and Pluralism
    Francis Schüssler Fiorenza

  12. The Church, Classism, and Ecclesial Community
    Susan Brooks Thistlethwaite and Peter Crafts Hodgson

  13. Eschatology, Ecology, and a Green Ecumenacy
    Catherine Keller

  14. Eschatology, White Supremacy, and the Beloved Community
    James H. Evans, Jr.

    Index