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Theologians In Their Own Words

Author : Derek R. Nelson
ISBN : 0800698800
Genre : Religion
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Theologians in Their Own Words is a volume of 24 brief, straight-forward autobiographical statements from many of the most important theologians and scholars of religion of recent decades. Each contributor sets out to discuss the development of their central insights and convictions in light of their life stories. The volume includes both previously published selections from Dialog: A Journal of Theology, as well as pieces specially commissioned for this volume. Included in the renowned and diverse list of contributors: Marilyn McCord Adams, Harvey Cox, Gerhard Forde, George Forell, Roger Haight, Philip Hefner, Robert Jenson, Ernst Käsemann, Martin Marty, Alister McGrath, Nancey Murphy, Wolfhart Pannenberg, Marion Pauck, Ted Peters, Clark Pinnock, John Polkinghorne, Rosemary Radford Ruether, Letty Russell, H. Paul Santmire, Hans Schwarz, Huston Smith, Paul Sponheim, Kathryn Tanner, Ronald Thiemann, and N.T. Wright.

How They Found Christ

Author : John Bunyan
ISBN : 0914271946
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This book contains the personal testimonies of some of God's most well-known servants from the past. People like Martin Luther, John calvin, George Muller, Hannah Whitall Smith, and Charles Spurgeon tell in their own words how they found Christ.

Faiths Of Famous Men In Their Own Words

Author : John Kenyon Kilbourn
ISBN : 1340948354
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The Trinity In History

Author : Robert M. Doran
ISBN : 9781442645943
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The Trinity in History is the first volume in a new series by Robert M. Doran that uses the thought of Bernard Lonergan to develop a unified field structure for systematic work in theology. Building on his successful and thought-provoking Theology and the Dialectics of History and What Is Systematic Theology?, Doran works out a starting point for a contemporary theology of history and proposes a new application of the 'psychological analogy' for understanding the Christian doctrine of the Trinity. Advancing the work of Lonergan, Augustine, and Thomas Aquinas, The Trinity in History also enters into conversation with contemporary philosophical emphases, especially with the mimetic theory of noted anthropological philosopher René Girard. Doran suggests several refinements of Lonergan's notion of functional specialization – developing a perspective for including the data of various religious traditions in theological construction, and establishing this theory's relevance for contemporary interreligious dialogue.

In Their Own Words

Author : Holly Higgins Jonas
ISBN : 9781459721180
Genre : Music
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Winner of the 2002 National Choral Award for Outstanding Choral Publication They are at the heart of every community in Canada, whether they be singing in concert or rehearsal, in a worship service or at a special event. They are Canada’s choirs, and their dedication to their craft is a source of both entertainment and inspiration. And at the heart of every choir, there is a choir master who, through talent and commitment, brings the voices together. In Their Own Words relates the stories of Canada’s most distinguished and innovative choir masters. In their own words, each tells of their life in music, and shares their thoughts on music and the role of the choir. Many of those profiled have gained international recognition, winning prizes overseas. All have helped to bring the vocal heart-pourings of enthusiastic singers to audiences across the country.

Paley S Natural Theology Refuted In His Own Words

Author : George Jacob Holyoake
ISBN : OXFORD:590497969
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Faith At The Intersection Of History And Experience

Author : Brent A. R. Hege
ISBN : 9781556359415
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This present study is the first in Engli Georg Wobbermin (1869-1943), who has been called a captain of the liberal rearguard. Widely read and discussed in his own lifetime, Wobbermin's theology fell into obscurity as dialectical theology rose to prominence in the years following the First World War. Faith at the Intersection of History and Experience presents the major themes of Wobbermin's theology, particularly his analysis of the relationship between faith and history and his development of a religio-psychological theological method that places faith at the intersection of history and experience. Wobbermin's critiques of recent and contemporary approaches to the problem of faith and history and his attention to theological method reveal a sustained effort to continue what he called the Luther-Kant-Schleiermacher line of Protestant theology. The consistent emphasis in Wobbermin's theology is on the systematic interrelation of objectivity and subjectivity, an approach he considered to be a faithful continuation of the Reformation, but one that invited conflict with the dialectical theologians, chiefly Karl Barth. Wobbermin's debates with Barth on issues of method reveal a vibrant and sophisticated liberal theology co-existing with the dialectical theology that is conventionally assumed to have eclipsed it over a decade earlier. Building on work that has been done primarily in German, this study of one of the forgotten theologians of the early twentieth century appears as more German, British, and American theologians and historians are returning to this period of theology with renewed interest and fresh questions, and it addresses an often neglected period of modern Protestant thought in histories currently available in English.

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