Some scholars in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) would say that the very title of this book is a contradiction in terms. But though the denomination has consciously avoided formal creeds, Disciples throught their history have formulated their thought in distinctive theological ways. Stephen V. Sprinkle traces the changing currents of Disciples theology from Alexander Campbell through the seminal contributions of such prominent voices as W.E. Garrison and Edward Scribner Ames and on the dynamic ferment of the present day. The final chapter offers a contructive proposal for ongoing theological reflection that identifies current trends and focuses on the theme of a people in covenant. Chalice Press, 176 pages. Paperback.