(PUBEerdmans)"Moltmann represents the theology of liberation at its best,"---Christianity Today. Here Moltmann makes a strong case for the public nature of theology, proposing several trajectories on how the church and academy should confront modernity. Nicholas Wolterstorff and Ellen Charry respond. 120 pages, softcover.
In this challenging dialogue of the book, three of today's most respected Christian thinkers explore the role of theology, the task of Christian learning, and the meaning of the self in our contemporary Western society. J rgen Moltmann builds a case for the "public" nature of Christian theology and explores how expressions of faith from both the church and the academy relate to significant aspects of modernity. Responses by Nicholas Wolterstorff, Ellen T. Charry provide a provacative engagement with Moltmann's views.
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