Introduction to Theology, Third Edition
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(PUBMorehouse)The classic introduction to theology from an Anglican perspective has been completely revamped to take into account emerging new movements. As lucid and logical as ever, it continually refers to The Book of Common Prayer and incorporates recent findings from all the sciences. 320 pages, softcover.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 320
Vendor: Church Publishing Inc.
Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches)
ISBN: 0819218979
ISBN-13: 9780819218971

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This classic introduction to theology from an Anglican perspective has been completely revised and updated for this third edition. Organized around the topics of systematic theology, Introduction to Theology begins with an exploration of Scripture, then moves through history and tradition to contemporary debates and reconstructions. As a textbook for introductory courses in seminaries of the Episcopal Church, this book also includes references to The Book of Common Prayer, which Anglicans consider a primary source for theology.

This new edition pays detailed attention to the many developments in theology since its last revision twenty years ago: the emergence of new perspectives such as womanist, mujerista, narrative, and post-modern theology; the shift in theological methods to incorporate the human sciences, recent critical philosophies, and recent developments in the physical sciences; the ongoing revisions of The Book of Common Prayer and resultant shifts in Anglican identity; and the globalization of theological education, specifically the focus on the Episcopal Church as part of the worldwide Anglican Communion.

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