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The Routledge companion to modern Christian thought

Author: Chad V Meister; James K Beilby
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2013.
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"This Companion provides an unrivalled view of the field of modern Christian thought, from the Enlightenment to the twentieth century and beyond. Written by an outstanding team of theologians and philosophers of religion, it covers the following topics: - Key figures and influencers - Central events and movements - Major theological issues and key approaches to Christian Theology - Recent topics and trends in  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Routledge companion to modern Christian thought
(DLC) 2013001236
(OCoLC)776536663
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Chad V Meister; James K Beilby
ISBN: 9781136677922 1136677925 9780203387856 0203387856
OCLC Number: 889812841
Description: 1 online resource (xvii, 867 pages)
Contents: Introduction / Chad Meister and James Beilby --
Part I: Key figures. Immanuel Kant / Pamela Sue Anderson ; Friedrich Schleiermacher / Andrew C. Dole ; G.W.F. Hegel / Cyril O'Regan ; Charles Hodge / Paul Kjoss Helseth ; Ludwig Feuerbach / Douglas Moggach and Widukind de Ridder ; Charles Darwin / Michael Ruse ; Søren Kierkegaard / R. Zachary Manis and C. Stephen Evans ; Abraham Kuyper / John Bolt ; William James / Michael R. Slater ; Friedrich Nietzsche / Bruce Ellis Benson ; Adolf von Harnack / George Newlands ; Rudolf Bultmann / David Fergusson ; Paul Tillich / Russell Re Manning ; Karl Barth / Kevin W. Hector ; Charles Hartshorne / Daniel A. Dombrowski ; Henri de Lubac / Susan K. Wood ; Karl Rahner / Mark F. Fischer ; Hans Urs von Balthasar / Edward T. Oakes, S.J. ; Simone Weil / Ann Loades ; Dietrich Bonhoeffer / John W. De Gruchy ; Jürgen Moltmann / Thomas R. Thompson ; Rosemary Radford Ruether / Krista Hughes --
Part II: Major events and movements. Enlightenment / Garrett Green ; The scientific revolution / Joshua M. Moritz ; Pietism / Craig D. Atwood ; Existentialism / Kyle A. Roberts and Silas Morgan ; Fundamentalism / Harriet A. Harris ; Liberal theology / J.B. Stump ; Deism / Alan Charles Kors ; Romanticism / Daniel N. Robinson ; Phenomenology / Dermot Moran ; Vatican II / Francis Schüssler Fiorenza --
Part III: Theological loci. Prolegomena / Charles Taliaferro ; The Bible / William J. Abraham ; Doctrine of God / Brian Hebblethwaite ; Christology / Gerald O'Collins, S.J. ; Theological anthropology / D. Lyle Dabney ; Eschatology / Philip Tallon and Jerry L. Walls ; Ecclesiology / Scot McKnight ; Missiology / Darrell L. Guder ; Pneumatology / Peter Zimmerling ; Soteriology / Paul K. Moser ; The Trinity / Thomas H. McCall ; Apologetics / John G. Stackhouse, Jr. --
Part IV: Theological approaches. Anglican theology / Mark Chapman ; Roman Catholic theology / Lawrence S. Cunningham ; Eastern Orthodox theology / Aristotle Papanikolaou ; Evangelical theology / Roger E. Olson ; Liberation theology / Andrew Bradstock ; Process theology / John B. Cobb, Jr. ; Feminist theology / Rosemary Radford Ruether ; Black theology / Anthony G. Reddie ; African theology / Edward P. Antonio ; Asian theology / Sebastian C.H. Kim ; Pentecostal and charismatic theology / Amos Yong ; Radical orthodoxy / D. Stephen Long --
Part V: Recent currents. Christian theology of religions / Gavin D'Costa ; Theology and ethics / Linda Zagzebski ; Theology and science / John Polkinghorne ; Panentheism / Philip Clayton ; Christian naturalism / Jerome A. Stone ; Systematic theology / Kevin J. Vanhoozer ; Biblical theology / T. Desmond Alexander ; Christian philosophical theology / Stephen T. Davis ; Theology and postmodernity / John R. Franke ; Environmental theology / Jay McDaniel ; Ecumenical theology / Martin E. Marty ; Theology and race / Willie James Jennings ; Theology and culture / Robert K. Johnston ; Christianity in the majority world / Harvey Cox, Jr. ; Neurotheology / Wesley J. Wildman and Ian R. Cooley ; Astrotheology / Ted Peters.
Other Titles: Modern Christian thought
Responsibility: edited by Chad Meister and James Beilby.

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"This Companion provides an unrivalled view of the field of modern Christian thought, from the Enlightenment to the twentieth century and beyond. Written by an outstanding team of theologians and philosophers of religion, it covers the following topics: - Key figures and influencers - Central events and movements - Major theological issues and key approaches to Christian Theology - Recent topics and trends in Christian thought Each entry is clear and accessible, making the book the ideal resource for students of Christian thought and the history and philosophy of religion. It is also a valuable reference for professional theologians and philosophers"--
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