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frames a diasporic feminist theology that resonates with her current location, and with her multiple sociopolitical locations within the global context.
We describe the theoretical foundations and development of a survey to identify the patterns of thought ("science-theology paradigms") typically used by individuals attempting to relate theology and science.
In this work, he presents an in-depth, systematic, and constructive theology of the Trinity for contemporary theology, based on a broad survey of recent scholarship.
Anyone interested in understanding Henry's thought, particularly his views on the relationship between theology and philosophy, will thank Teske for making this text available at such an affordable price, and for his accurate rendering of Henry's Latin.
By identifying the sources in both Catholic and Protestant traditions, Nessan subtly underlines the trans-confessional character of liberation theology.
In terms of the World Council of Churches' 10th Assembly in Busan, Korea, the book by Volker Kuster is a good introduction to Korean contextual theology or what the author calls "a Protestant theology of passion".
of theology, although not the fundamental core of the Christian message,
This reviewer notes that historic Anabaptist theology developed out of the persecution of his Anabaptist fore-parents as part of the Continental Reformation.
de Vries thinks it is the only kind of theology possible in the present age.
One dimension of Yoder's theology that sets up this statement is his relativizing of the supposed standard christological pronouncement from Nicea, which Boyarin identified as the final wedge driven between Christians and Jews by Theodosius.
Lartey (Professor of Pastoral Theology, Care and Counseling at Candler School of Theology, Emory University, Atlanta) presents Pastoral Theology in an Intercultural World, a scholarly response to the question: how can today's pastors model their venues of care in an increasingly globalized society characterized by marked sociocultural differences and ambiguities?
Philip Turner, dean of Berkeley Divinity School at Yale University, writes, "Every denomination has its theological articles and books of theology, its liturgies and confessional statements.
Brackney, professor of religion at Baylor University and director of the Program in Baptist Studies, is one of the best-known Baptist historians and is well suited for this extensive overview of historical theology in Baptist life.
The collection of his Wednesday homilies was published in 1997 as The Theology of the Body: Human Love in the Divine Plan (Pauline).
Vatican II also led directly to "liberation theology," a term first used in 1973 by Gustavo Gutierrez, a Peruvian priest.