A Passion For God's Reign

A Passion For God's Reign

by J Rgen Moltmann, Nicholas Wolterstorff, Ellen Charry
     
 

In this challenging dialogue of the book, three of today's most respected Christian thinkers explore the role of theology, the task of Christian learning, and the meaning of the self in our contemporary Western society. Jürgen Moltmann builds a case for the "public" nature of Christian theology and explores how expressions of faith from both the church and the…  See more details below

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In this challenging dialogue of the book, three of today's most respected Christian thinkers explore the role of theology, the task of Christian learning, and the meaning of the self in our contemporary Western society. Jürgen Moltmann builds a case for the "public" nature of Christian theology and explores how expressions of faith from both the church and the academy relate to significant aspects of modernity. Responses by Nicholas Wolterstorff, Ellen T. Charry provide a provacative engagement with Moltmann's views.

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Anglican Theological Review
All in all, this slender volume is rich in creative theological insights. It offers many points for reflection and discussion. This collection of essays is quite readable and it will prove stimulating for undergraduate students, seminarians, and others who have not completed advanced studies in theology. The questions raised need to be considered seriously by those who care about living faith and its theological expression.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780802844941
Publisher:
Eerdmans, William B. Publishing Company
Publication date:
03/13/1998
Pages:
122
Product dimensions:
0.29(w) x 6.00(h) x 9.00(d)

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