|Statement||edited by Robert J. Miller.|
|Contributions||Miller, Robert J. 1954-|
|LC Classifications||BR121.3 .F88 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007017539|
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The final section of the book examines the relationship between postmodern thought, Christian tradition, and biblical hope, addressing how Christians in a postmodern world can best articulate their n by truly profound thinkers, these chapters are diverse in their content, methodologies, and temperament, yet they are united by a deep engagement with both the Christian tradition and the . The Future of the Christian Tradition By Robert J. Miller, editor Contributors: John Shelby Spong, Robert W. Funk, Eugenie Scott, Richard Holloway, Lloyd Geering, Don Cupitt, Anne Primavesi, Joe Bessler-Northcutt, Arthur J. Dewey, Jack A. Hill, Roy W. Hoover, John C. Kelly, Robert J. Miller, Darren J. N. Middleton, Stephen J. Patterson, Robert M. Price, Daryl Schmidt. McGrath, in a prophetic frenzy, glimpses what transformations will next rock the church. pages, softcover. The Future of Christianity () by Alister E. McGrathPages: Jaroslav Pelikan concludes volume 5 of The Christian Tradition with the same words with which he begins volume 1: Credo unam sanctam catholicam et apostolicam ng the period in church history from to roughly the middle of the 20th century, Pelikan highlights the familiar faces (Harnack, Newman, Schleiermacher, et al.) and the somewhat less familiar (Rauschenbusch, /5.
The Future of Hope offers a powerful critique of today's stifling cultural climate and shows why the vision of hope central to Christian faith must be a basic component of any flourishing society. The first section of the book sets the context with telling cultural criticism of : Miroslav Volf. Veritas: the truth of the matter about religion / Daryl D. Schmidt --Beginning all over again / Don Cupitt --On behalf of John Robinson / Don Cupitt --Anti-realism and religious belief / John C. Kelly --Relational theology in the second axial age: a response to Don Cupitt's religious theory / Darren J.N. Middleton --A path of faith to the. His most recent book is The Future of Hope: Christian Tradition amid Modernity and Postmodernity. Synopsis Over the last three decades a major cultural shift has taken place in the attitudes of Western societies toward the : Miroslav Volf, William H. Katerberg. This book is the collection of papers from the spring meeting in which inenilxrs met in New York to discuss "the future of the Christian tradition in the Second Axial Age" (p. 1). The book is comprised of eighteen chapters from seventeen contributors (Don Ciipitt has two chapters).