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Companion encyclopedia of theology

Author: Peter Byrne; J L Houlden
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 1995.
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The Companion Encyclopedia of Theology provides a comprehensive guide to modern theological thought. An international team of theologians and practitioners of both the Christian and Jewish faiths investigate and consider aspects of theology in 48 self-contained articles. --From publisher's description.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
History
Handboeken (vorm)
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Companion encyclopedia of theology.
London ; New York : Routledge, 1995
(DLC) 2002728562
(OCoLC)33945635
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Byrne; J L Houlden
ISBN: 0203414039 9780203414033 0415064473 9780415064477
OCLC Number: 52220423
Description: 1 online resource (xxiv, 1092 pages)
Contents: The Hebrew Bible / John Barton --
The Hebrew Bible / Gary Gilbert and Alan F. Segal --
The Christian adoption of the Old Testament / G.R. Evans --
The Old Testament / John Rogerson --
The New Testament / Leslie Houlden --
The New Testament / John Muddiman --
The New Testament in theology / Heikkim Räisänen --
The Bible as holy book / Stephen Prickett --
Jesus in history and belief / Leslie Houlden --
The triune God of the Bible and the energence of orthodoxy / Robert L. Wilken --
Christendom / David d'Avray --
The transition to modernity / Alister McGrath --
The Enlightenment / John Kent --
Theology now / Keith Clements --
Christian theology and other faiths / Gavin D'Costa --
Christian theology's dialogue with culture / Frank Burch Brown --
The concept of God / Keith Ward --
The idea of reason / Terence Penelhum --
Natural theology / David A. Pailin --
Religious language / Mark Wynn --
Theology and scientific understanding / Peter Byrne --
Theological anthropology / Roger Trigg. Evil and theology / Stewart Sutherland --
Feminism in the philosophy of religion / Grace Jantzen --
Spirituality and theology / Philip Sheldrake --
Patristic spirituality / Anthony Meredith --
Mysticism and devotion in the Middle Ages / Benedicta Ward --
Religious experience in the era of reform / Rowan Williams --
Theology and spirituality in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries / Terry Tastard --
Religious experience and language / William J. Wainwright --
Spirituality and liberation / Kenneth Leech --
Spirituality and liturgy / Gordon S. Wakefield --
The idea of Christian ethics / James M. Gustafson --
Violence, warfare and peace / Barrie Paskins --
Ethics and the personal life / Helen Oppenheimer --
Theology, wealth and social justice / Jack Mahoney --
Power and the State / Edward Norman --
The pastoral experience / Jack Dominian --
Theology, medicine and health / John Morgan --
Environmental ethics / Stephen Clark. The character and possibility of Christian theology today / John Kent --
Making sense of God / Theodore Jennings --
The figure of Jesus Christ in contemporary Christianity / John Macquarrie --
The Trinity in modern theology / Colin Gunton --
Theology in the narrative mode / Brian Horne --
Theology in the dogmatic mode / Paul Avis --
Theology as praxis / Dan Cohn-Sherbok --
Theology and the future of the Church / Walter Hollenweger.
Responsibility: edited by Peter Byrne and Leslie Houlden.

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