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The Future of Christian Theology Audiobook

The Future of Christian Theology

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The Future of Christian Theology represents a personal manifesto from one of the world's leading theologians, exploring the ways Christian theology in the 21st century has been, and can now continue to be, both creative and wise.

  • Represents an outstanding and engaging account of the task of theology today.
  • Offers an insightful description of what makes for discerning and creative theology.
  • Written from the perspective of decades of experience, and in close dialogue with theologians of other faiths.
  • Features a strong interfaith and public theology dimension, and a contemporary portrait of the field from the inside.

A hopeful and illuminating search for wisdom and understanding in the increasingly complex religious and secular world of the 21st century.

©2011 David F. Ford (P)2013 Audible Ltd

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    David Jacobson 07-26-16 Member Since 2014
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    "Thought-provoking!"

    The content of David Ford's book is and engaging step back at the landscape of what has made Christian theology fruitful in the past, and what we might hope for in the future. in this Edition comma the narrator is in general quite good, however, there are not in frequent mispronunciations of church and theological terms (E.g. "collect" prayer; Karl BartH). Nevertheless a worthwhile listen.

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