A Guide to Doing Theology
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Title: A Guide to Doing Theology
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 144
Vendor: Fortress Press
Publication Date: 2015
Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.5 (inches)
Weight: 7 ounces
ISBN: 1451499612
ISBN-13: 9781451499612
Series: International Study Guides
Stock No: WW499612

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What is the relevance of the gospel in the modern world? How is it true in todays world? How should we think about it? How should we discuss it? Whenever we ask these questions, and countless others like them, we are doing theology. Writing for anyone who has asked these questions, John Parratt has created a clear and simple introduction to doing theologyand why it is important. Starting with the text of the Bible and using his extensive global experience to present compelling examples from all over the world, Parratts introductory text considers the impact of language, history, and culture, as well as of science, philosophy, and other religions, on Christians.

The International Study Guides (ISGs) are clear and accessible resources, contextual and ecumenical in content and missional in direction. The contributors are theological educators who come from different countries and different religious backgrounds and bring practical emphasis alongside contemporary scholarly reflection.

Author Bio

John Parratt is professor of third world theologies at the University of Birmingham, UK. He has taught and researched widely in Africa, India, and the Pacific.

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