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The Future of Liberal Theology.

Author: Mark D Chapman
Publisher: London : Taylor and Francis, 2017.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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"This title was first published in 2002: Two hundred years after the publication of Schleiermacher's epoch-making Speeches, The Future of Liberal Theology presents a comprehensive and critical re-assessment of the past, present and future of the liberal tradition in Christian theology. In dialogue with the different forms of liberalism emerging from the Enlightenment, each of which is carefully defined,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Mark D Chapman
ISBN: 9781315190587 1315190583
OCLC Number: 1003951320
Description: 1 online resource : text file, PDF
Contents: Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Notes on Contributors; Preface; Acknowledgements; Part One: Types of Liberal Theology; 1 Introduction: The Past, Present and Future of Liberal Theology; 2 What has London (or Oxford or Cambridge) to do with Augsburg? The Enduring Significance of the German Liberal Tradition in Christian Theology; 3 The Importance of Liberal Theology; 4 'But who am I?' The Question of the Theologian rather than the Question to the Theologian; 5 The Revival of Liberal Modernism; 6 Reconsidering Pluralism: The Diversity of Ethical Goals; Part Two: Liberal Theology and Education. 7 Liberal Theology and Transformative Pedagogy8 Liberal Theology and Transformative Pedagogy: A Response to Peter Hodgson; 9 The Experience of Theological Education: Maintaining a 'Liberal' Agenda in a Post-Liberal Age; Part Three: Addressing the Critics; 10 Karl Barth and Liberal Theology; 11 Shape-shifting Disturbances as Divine Presence; 12 Postmodern Theology: The Apotheosis or Scourge of Liberalism?; 13 A Liberal Helping of Postliberalism Please; Conclusion: An Outsider's View; 14 The Problems of a Liberal Religion: A Sociologist's View; Index.

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"This title was first published in 2002: Two hundred years after the publication of Schleiermacher's epoch-making Speeches, The Future of Liberal Theology presents a comprehensive and critical re-assessment of the past, present and future of the liberal tradition in Christian theology. In dialogue with the different forms of liberalism emerging from the Enlightenment, each of which is carefully defined, distinguished international theologians draw on a range of perspectives which represent the diversity of liberal theology. Discussing the criticisms of liberalism offered in the twentieth century, and engaging with contemporary theological debate which is often deeply hostile to liberalism, the conclusions offered for liberal theology range from the deeply pessimistic to the thoroughly optimistic. Students, clergy, and theological educators more broadly will value this critical reflection on the current state of theology and suggestions for its future course, together with the serious engagement with issues in theological education, which this book presents."--Provided by publisher.

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