8 edition of Contemporary American theologies found in the catalog.
|Statement||Deane William Ferm.|
|LC Classifications||BT30.U6 F4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 182 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||182|
|LC Control Number||81005678|
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A successor to the popular ”Contemporary American Theologies: A Critical Survey,” this volume contains the key passages of those religious thinkers who have had a decisive impact on the thinking of the American churches since the s.
Major figures are represented in sections devoted to secular, black, feminist, and liberation theologies 5/5(1). Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Contemporary American Theologies Vol.
II: A Book of Readings by Deane W. Ferm (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. Although the book is titled "Introducing Contemporary Theologies", only Christian theologies are covered. To a non-Christian, the book may seem quite biased, and at times bigoted.
This is especially true where Ormerod speaks for himself. Overall, if you are strongly Christian this is a great overview of some of the top Christian by: 3. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages ; 21 cm: Contents: [Part I.] The secularism of the s --The Protestant Era / Paul Tillich from --Letters and Papers from Prison / Dietrich Bonhoeffer --Honest to God / John Robinson --Thursday's Child / William Hamilton --The secular City / Harvey Cox --A Rumor of Angels / Peter Berger --Naming the Whirlwind.
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[Deane William Ferm] -- A clear, perceptive, and informative description of the theologies that have been shaping the most recent thinking within the American churches. This book will be a valuable resource for all those. "Contemporary theology is generally defined as a study of theology and theological trends from post-World War I to the present.
It roughly covering the twentieth century to today, the major categories typically addressed by contemporary theology include fundamentalism, neo-orthodoxy, Pentecostalism, evangelicalism, neo-liberalism, Post-Vatican II Catholicism, Eastern Orthodox theology of the. Contemporary Theology – What is it.
Contemporary Theology is the study of God focused on the ideas within the most recent time period. In academic research, Contemporary Theology is generally defined by its focus on trends and changes within theological research since World War I. Major areas of emphasis during this time have included fundamentalism, the Charismatic movement, neo-orthodoxy.
Introducing Contemporary Theologies theologies of Karl Barth and Paul Tillich have receded into the background of contemporary Christianity. Do these visionaries have any successors. Yes, answers Neil Ormerod, Dean of Studies at the Centre for Christian Spirituality in Sydney, Australia.
This book of his provides a cogent and succinct. Liberation theology is a synthesis of Christian theology and socio-economic analyses, based in far-left politics, particularly Marxism, that emphasizes "social concern for the poor and political liberation for oppressed peoples." In the s and the s, liberation theology was the political praxis of Latin American theologians, such as Gustavo Gutiérrez of Peru, Leonardo Boff of Brazil.
Book Details Part I provides a brilliant synthesis of the nature of theology, its relation to philosophy, a comparison of past and present approaches, and the nature of theological method. Part II introduces the work of leading theologians of the late 20th century: Karl Rahner, Hans Kung, Leonardo Boff, Wolfhart Pannenberg, Dorothee Soelle.
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Theologies of American Exceptionalism is a collection of fifteen interlocking essays reflecting on the vagaries of exceptionalist claims in and about the United States. Loosely and generatively curious, these essays bring together a range of historical and contemporary voices, some familiar and some less so, to stimulate new thought about America.
Evangelical Theologies of Liberation and Justice fills this gap by bringing together the voices of academics, activists, and pastors to articulate evangelical liberation theologies from diverse perspectives. Through critical engagement, these contributors consider what liberation theology and evangelical tenets of faith have to offer one another.
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Townes. Protestant Ecclesiology Amidst Contemporary Political Theologies As I finished the chapter, I put the book down, The relevance of this point in particular to contemporary American political disputes should be abundantly clear to anyone who pays a passing attention to the circus-like atmosphere that prevails in our nation’s politics.
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For many Christians, traditional theology is a rather dull, if not a dead subject. This neither proves that modern people have lost their awareness of God nor their interest in theology; it merely indicates that theologians, by and large, have been speaking in their own tongue to fellow theologians and both what and how they have been saying it seem rather.The first part of this book includes a description of theology today; What is theology?
Where has it come from? What forces are shaping it now? Using the theological method of Bernard Lonergan, this book provides the perfect compass to help the reader find meaning of contemporary theology. The second part of the book provides an introduction to the work of leading theologians of the late 20th Pages: