Mapping Modern Theology: A Thematic and Historical Introduction has something to offer everyone's theological interests and provides a fresh approach to modern theology by approaching the field thematically. Covering the most hotly debated topics in Christian theology that over the last two hundred years. The editors, both leading authorities on the history of nineteenth- and twentieth-century theology, have assembled a respected team of international scholars to offer substantive treatment on a wide variety of topics critical for modern theology. The volume enables undergraduate and graduate students in modern theology, twentieth-century theology, and contemporary theology courses to trace how key doctrinal questions have been discussed, where the emphases and questions lie, and how ideas were developed.
Contributors & Essays
On 'Modernity' as a Theological Concept Bruce L. McCormack