The pluralistic landscape of modern theology makes it difficult to keep track of the latest trends and models. Here's help! Providing an overview of current traditional and nontraditional theologies from an evangelical perspective, Smith examines the origins and history of each movement, illuminates major figures, documents doctrinal emphases, and evaluates central teachings in light of biblical Christianity. 396 pages, softcover from Baker.
This introduction to contemporary theology looks at the origin and history of each movement, their major figures, and doctrinal emphases. The author evaluates the teachings and practices of each system in light of biblical Christianity.
David L. Smith (Ph.D., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is the vice president for academics and professor of Christian theology at Providence College and Theological Seminary, Otterburne, Manitoba.