5 edition of Liberal theology found in the catalog.
Peter Crafts Hodgson
|Statement||Peter C. Hodgson.|
|LC Classifications||BR1615 .H63 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2006103473|
"The Tradition of Liberal Theology is winsomely written, cogently argued, and focused mainly on the early British tradition. Like Michael Langford's previous books on this subject, it offers a rationalistic perspective and a deeply informed account of where liberal theology came from and why it still matters."Reviews: 1. Liberal postmodernism includes theologians such as Mark Taylor, Thomas Altizer, Robert Scharlemann, Charles Winquist, David Ray Griffen and Don Cupitt. They are as diverse in their theological outlook as they are many. They are primarily concerned with the developments of liberal theology, and how theology affects and interpolates with culture.
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In this first of a three-volume, comprehensive series, Gary Dorrien mixes theological analysis with historical and biographical detail to present the first comprehensive interpretation of American theological liberalism. Arguing that the indigenous roots of American liberal theology existed before the rise of Darwinism, Dorrien maintains that this tradition took shape in the nineteenth century. This book is thus a "family tree" of modern theology, showing how the various contemporary forms, and those that preceded them, are related to each other. "With its comprehensive analysis, The End of Liberal Theology is destined to be a yardstick by which critical evaluations of current doctrines-both old and new, liberal and conservative-will /5(2).
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The value of this book lies in its call to validate liberal theology in an era that has discarded it. Hodgson offers compelling reasons to think that liberalism is a stable, thoughtful, coherent, and at least biblically derived theology.4/5(1). The remainder of the book lays out some of the challenges and frontiers that liberal theology is currently facing in its ongoing development.
With the arrival of the postmodern era, liberal religion (as a decidedly modern phenomenon) is reevaluating many of its core commitments (in much the same way that evangelical Christians (another modern /5(11). Liberal Theology book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
In this incisive work, distinguished theologian Peter Hodgson reflects on 4/5(4). "Theology for Liberal Protestants is a much-needed book by a master teacher.
In it Doug Ottati recovers something in danger of being lost -- a systematic account of contemporary life in relation to God as Creator-Judge-Redeemer. He succeeds admirably Engagingly written and accessible to a wide range of readers." William SchweikerCited by: 1.
"The Tradition of Liberal Theology is winsomely written, cogently argued, and focused mainly on the early British tradition. Like Michael Langford’s previous books on this subject, it offers a rationalistic perspective and a deeply informed account of where liberal theology came from and why it still matters." John Liberal theology book.
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End of Liberal Theology book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Modern theology is a maze of conflicting beliefs. In fact, the sha /5(4). Liberal theology, although including a wide variety of theological, philosophical, and biblical perspectives, is rooted in the substitution of modern, Enlightenment theories of knowledge that reject external sources of knowledge and substituted subjective autonomy of human reason or experience.
While earlier theology was rooted in the belief that the Bible and the creeds articulated a coherent. My book tells how the story of Modernity is deeply intertwined with the story of Christian theology. Few people in the modern Western world think about God or religion.
A religious perspective is. F. Schleiermacher (), not only the “Father of Liberal Theology,” but the father of all modern and, yes, postmodern theology, too.
The first to give theology a truly scientific and systematic shape beyond the summa or the handbook (Calvin’s.
Discover the best Christian Liberation Theology in Best Sellers. Find the top most popular items in Amazon Books Best Sellers. Friedrich Schleiermacher’s On Religion or The Christian Faith: Schleiermacher is the father of modern theology and the fountainhead from which most liberal/revisionist theology flows.
On Religion is his first major publication; it reflects his early thought, is brief, and is relatively difficult to read. The Tradition of Liberal Theology book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Describes and defends a long-standing tradition that mai /5. Liberal theologians seek to reconcile Christianity with secular science and modern thinking.
In doing so, they treat science as all-knowing and the Bible as fable-laden and false. Genesis’ early chapters are reduced to poetry or fantasy, having a message, but not to be taken literally (in spite of Jesus’ having spoken of those early chapters in literal terms).
Liberal Christianity, also known as liberal theology, is a movement that seeks to reinterpret and reform Christian teaching by taking into consideration modern knowledge, science and ethics. It also emphasizes the authority of individual reason and experience.
Liberal Christians view their theology as an alternative to both atheistic rationalism and to traditional theologies based on external. Liberal theology has been the main thread of Christian thinking over the last years, but it threatens to be obscured by a rising tide of conservative and even fundamentalist Christianity, on the one hand, and a secular materialism, on the other.
But liberal theology, which Dorrien believes to be “the most creative and influential tradition of theological reflection since the Reformation,” charted a different course. Liberalism is both a tradition, coming out of the lateth century Protestant attempt to reconfigure traditional Christian teaching in the light of modern knowledge Author: Kevin Deyoung.
Top 5 Systematic Theology Books. by J.R. Miller | | 5 comments. Beginning with his experience as a pastor, Barth rejected his training in the predominant liberal theology typical of 19th-century European Protestantism as well conservative Christian fundamentalism.
Instead he embarked on a new theological path initially called. Do you mean Christian theology, philosophical theology, Jewish theology or Islamic theology or natural theology or practical theology or systematic theology or moral theology or historical theology or theology of mysticism etc.
Within Christianity. Crisis, Irony, Decline, Renewal, Ambiguity. by Gary Dorrien. The idea of a liberal approach to Christianity—that theology should be based on reason and critically interpreted religious experience, not external authority—has an ironic history in the United States.
Postliberal theology is typically characterized by a very high Christology (Jesus is very God/very man – 2 natures, one essence). It is Trinitarian, thus it affirms the creeds and the bodily Author: Tim Suttle.A Concise History of Liberation Theology By Leonardo and Clodovis Boff.
From the book, Introducing Liberation Theology, published by Orbis Books, Reprinted by permission. Antecedents The historical roots of liberation theology are to be found in the prophetic traditionFile Size: KB. Gerhard Forde is widely influential as a modern Lutheran theologian, and well worth reading.
I also believe he would be comprehensible to someone from a Reformed background, as well. He was not exactly a 19th century liberal, "Radical Lutheran" is a better description, but potentially his theology has "liberal" implications.