A Map of Twentieth-Century Theology: Readings from Karl Barth to Radical Pluralism

A Map of Twentieth-Century Theology: Readings from Karl Barth to Radical Pluralism

A Map of Twentieth-Century Theology: Readings from Karl Barth to Radical Pluralism

A Map of Twentieth-Century Theology: Readings from Karl Barth to Radical Pluralism

Synopsis

The only one-volume anthology of twentieth-century theology.

Indispensable to understanding the advent and import of today's radically pluralistic scene, this unique historical anthology presents thirty-seven signal readings from key theologians of this century.

Outstanding interpreters of these figures and their generative ideas, Braaten and Jenson offer solid and sympathetic introductions and a clear scheme, a roadmap that makes sense of the fundamental and formative questions, concerns, "schools," and movements that have animated the theological enterprise in this explosive century from 1900 right up to the threshold of contemporary currents.

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