NOU 14605890, had satisfied the requirements and thus qualified for the award of Doctor of Philosophy degree in Christian Theology
Enhanced with the inclusion of a twenty-four page Bibliography and a twenty-three page Index, "The Gospel According To Heretics" is a masterpiece of theological scholarship and certain to be an enduringly popular addition to community, church, seminary, and academic library Christian Theology
reference collections and supplemental studies lists.
I do not suggest that pneumatology cannot be a helpful aid to understanding non-Christian religious traditions, but I remind readers that pneumatology can be just as helpful (as a matter of degree, albeit differently) as Christology and other topics in Christian theology
only because all are historically and contextually situated.
Chapter 2: A Tale of Two Cities is a discussion of some of the strengths and weaknesses of psychological science and Christian theology
leading to the conclusion that when there is conflict between the two, it is not always wise to simply default to the 'truth' of one over the other.
The Inner Word in Gadamer's Hermeneutics is an impressive work of scholarship, and should be of interest not only to Gadamer scholars, but also to those looking to foster dialogue between contemporary hermeneutics and Christian theology
One of the most refreshing aspects of Wyschograd's Jewish theology is his open acknowledgment that those aspects of Christian theology
that Jews typically find most un-Jewish, like the incarnation of God in Jesus Christ, actually have roots in Jewish ideas, such as God's presence in the people Israel.
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Yale University in Connecticut are to offer students a course in Christian theology
and Harry Potter.
She has to juggle Jewish concerns about the idolatry of images, the Greco-Roman sense of reality, early Christian theology
regarding the human Jesus, liturgical practices, and actual early Christian art.
The author is a lecturer of Christian theology
at the University of Wales.
Traditional Christian theology
teaches that history will muddle along until Jesus' Second Coming.
5) More importantly, he has also pointed out some of the "weaknesses in the particular details of the SSQ program: The program leaders were all Christians, and the center that administered the program had a particular interest in Christian theology
Examples of ordinary people's experiences gently invite readers to a deeper and more holistic understanding of Christian theology
and practice, one that recognizes the centrality of the body in each.
I never believed that I would see the day when a church publication would refer to the traditional understanding of Christianity as "Stepford Wives-style homogeneity," or suggest that those who advocate and invite adherence to traditional Christian theology
are no more than bumpkins trying to create a "bubble" around themselves in a secular world.