Companion Encyclopedia of Theology

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • General Introduction ix
  • I - The Bible 1
  • Introduction 3
  • 1 - The Hebrew Bible: Formation and Character 7
  • References 26
  • Further Reading 27
  • 2 - The Hebrew Bible: Role in Judaism 28
  • 3 - The Christian Adoption of the Old Testament 47
  • 4 - The Old Testament: Historical Study and New Roles 64
  • References 83
  • 5 - The New Testament: Content and Character 85
  • References 101
  • 6 - The New Testament: the Tradition of Interpretation 102
  • Further Reading 121
  • 7 - The New Testament in Theology 122
  • Further Reading 141
  • 8 - The Bible as Holy Book 142
  • II - The Tradition 161
  • Introduction 163
  • 9 - Jesus in History and Belief 168
  • References 185
  • 10 - The Triune God of the Bible and the Emergence of Orthodoxy 187
  • References 205
  • 11 - Christendom: Medieval Christianity 206
  • 12 - The Transition to Modernity 230
  • References 250
  • 13 - The Enlightenment 251
  • References 270
  • 14 - Theology Now 272
  • 15 - Christian Theology and Other Faiths 291
  • References 309
  • 16 - Christian Theology’s Dialogue with Culture 314
  • III - Philosophy 335
  • Introduction 337
  • 17 - The Concept of God 342
  • 18 - The Idea of Reason 367
  • References 385
  • 19 - Natural Theology 388
  • References 409
  • 20 - Religious Language 413
  • References 431
  • 21 - Theology and Scientific Understanding 433
  • 22 - Theological Anthropology 453
  • References 471
  • 23 - Evil and Theology 472
  • Further Reading 489
  • 24 - Feminism in the Philosophy of Religion 490
  • IV - Spirituality 509
  • Introduction 511
  • 25 - Spirituality and Theology 514
  • References 533
  • 26 - Patristic Spirituality 536
  • 27 - Mysticism and Devotion in the Middle Ages 558
  • 28 - Religious Experience in the Era of Reform 576
  • References 592
  • 29 - Theology and Spirituality in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries 594
  • Further Reading 619
  • 30 - Religious Experience and Language 620
  • References 640
  • 31 - Spirituality and Liberation 642
  • References 662
  • 32 - Spirituality and Liturgy 665
  • V - Practical Theology 685
  • Introduction 687
  • 33 - The Idea of Christian Ethics 691
  • 34 - Violence, Warfare and Peace 716
  • 35 - Ethics and the Personal Life 738
  • References 757
  • 36 - Theology, Wealth and Social Justice 759
  • 37 - Power and the State 777
  • References 793
  • 38 - The Pastoral Experience 794
  • 39 - Theology, Medicine and Health 817
  • 40 - Environmental Ethics 843
  • VI - Christian Theology: Scene and Prospect 869
  • Introduction 871
  • 41 - The Character and Possibility of Christian Theology Today 875
  • References 893
  • 42 - Making Sense of God 895
  • References 915
  • 43 - The Figure of Jesus Christ in Contemporary Christianity 917
  • References 935
  • Further Reading 936
  • 44 - The Trinity in Modern Theology 937
  • 45 - Theology in the Narrative Mode 958
  • 46 - Theology in the Dogmatic Mode 976
  • 47 - Theology as Praxis 1001
  • 48 - Theology and the Future of the Church 1017
  • Index 1036
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