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Christian theology and the frontiers of tragedy

E. J. Tinsley

Christian theology and the frontiers of tragedy

an inaugural lecture by E.J. Tinsley....

by E. J. Tinsley

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Published by Leeeds University Press in [Leeds] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Theology, Doctrinal

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination25 p. ;
    Number of Pages25
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19338326M

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[Leeds, Eng.] Leeds University Press, Improbably enough, Christian theology came to identify these two as the same God; this may be the single most remarkable thing to have happened in Western intellectual history.” ― William C Placher, A History of Christian Theology, Second Edition: An Introduction.

Drawing together leading scholars from both theological and literary backgrounds, Christian Theology and Tragedy explores the rich variety of conversations between theology and tragedy. Encompassing a range of perspectives and topics, this book demonstrates how theologians can make productive use of the work of tragedians, tragic theorists and tragic philosophers.

Kenneth Surin, Duke University, USA 'There are few more pressing issues for contemporary Christian theology than the relationships to classical and modern tragedy. This fine collection is excellent in remembering past and present theological attempts to correlate theology and : Hardcover.

Drawing together leading scholars from both theological and literary backgrounds, Christian Theology and Tragedy explores the rich variety of conversations between theology and tragedy.

Three main areas are examined: theological readings of a range of tragic literature, from plays to novels and the. The book also includes an annotated list of key applicable Bible texts, a quick-paced story of doctrine throughout church history, heresies or distortions to be aware of, and more.

Exploring Christian Theology is useful for discipleship, catechism, membership training, preview or review of doctrine, or quick personal reference. It can also be /5(29). Christian Theology: An Introduction, one of the most internationally-acclaimed Christian theology textbooks in use, has been completely rewritten for the 6th now features new and extended material and companion resources, ensuring it retains its reputation as the ideal introduction for students/5(67).

The book distinguishes between the power of narrative in biblical theology and the power of application in systematic theology, but also emphasizes the importance of their collaboration in ministry.

Having laid the foundation for pastoral ministry, Lawrence uses the three tools to build a biblical theology, telling the entire story of the Bible. This book reminds me of Bruce Shelley's Church History in Plain Language in its length and purpose. Olson gives us an overview of Christian theology beginning with the Apostolic Fathers, moving through the early church, the medieval Scholastics, the Reformation and on up to the 20th century/5().

Christian theology and the frontiers of tragedy: an inaugral lecture: ISBN () Softcover, Leeds University Press, Founded inhas become a leading book price comparison site. In This panoramic work of historical theology, Roger Olson vividly recounts the deeds and words of the apostolic fathers of the second century, the clash between the theological schools of Alexandria and Antioch, the epochal division between East and West, the revolutionary advent of the Reformation and much more -- right on up to the dazzling, sometimes dismaying fallout that has continued to /5(9).

When the crisis hit theology in the s, a group of avant garde theologians—including a young radical named John B. Cobb, Jr.—launched a series of books with the title “New Frontiers in Theology.” The bold suggestions offered by this leading group influenced a generation of theologians.

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Alister McGrath’s Christian Theology: An Introduction is one of the most internationally-acclaimed and popular Christian theology textbooks in use today. This 5th edition has been completely revised, and now features new and extended material, numerous additional illustrations, and companion resources, ensuring it retains its reputation as the ideal introduction to Christian theology.5/5(1).

Roger E. Olson (PhD, Rice University) is professor of theology at George W. Truett Theological Seminary of Baylor University in Waco, Texas.

He is the author of The Story of Christian Theology: Twenty Centuries of Tradition & Reform, The Mosaic of Christian Belief: Twenty Centuries of Unity & Diversity, and The Westminster Handbook to Evangelical Theology. An earlier book by Race, Christian and Religious Pluralism, shows the same orientation in the way he defines theology of pluralism: "The Christian theology of religions has come to be the name for that area of Christian studies which aims to give some definition and shape to Christian reflection on the theological implications of living in a.Tragedy is a genre for exploring loss and suffering, and this book traces the vital areas where tragedy has shaped and been a resource for Christian theology.

There is a history to the relationship of theology and tragedy; tragic literature has explored areas of theological interest, and is present in the Bible and ongoing theological concerns.The Earliest Gospel by Frederick C. Grant Chapter 7: The Theology of Mark. Mark takes for granted the primitive Christian tradition about Jesus.

What he aims to do is to tell "the Christian story as it was known and believed in the churches of the Hellenistic world a generation after Jesus’ death.".