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Robert J. Christman
Using evidence generated by the Flacian controversy over original sin as it transpired in the German territory of Mansfeld, this study demonstrates that by the late sixteenth century, much of the laity there had developed a complex understanding of Lutheran doctrine.
Edited by E. Van der Borght and P. van Geest, both from VU University Amsterdam
Former colleagues and students honour Prof. Dr. A. van de Beek with contributions in this Festschrift on themes that have become central in his theology: christology, theology of Israel, eschatology, theology of the church, creation theology, and freedom of religion.
by Brian G. Mattson
A close conceptual analysis of Herman Bavinck’s (1854-1921) four-volume Reformed Dogmatics, this book explores a long-neglected feature of his “organic” relationship between nature and grace, arguing that the motif is intelligible only in a uniquely Reformed covenant theology.
Edited by Ernst M. Conradie (University of the Western Cape, Bellville, South Africa)
This volume explores the legacy of the Dutch theologian and statesman Abraham Kuyper for contemporary Christian ecotheology. It focuses on Kuyper's undestanding of the relationship between creation and salvation It includes essays and responses by contributors from four continents.
Edited by Leslie J. Francis and Hans-Georg Ziebertz
The book reflects on the statement that religion represents a force in the public realms of society. Does religion regain public significanc in social debates and what are its characteristics in terms of topics and interests, actors and parties? How do different religious and non-religious ...
by Lisa P. Stephenson
This book analyzes the historical and theological factors resulting in the present situation among American Pentecostal women in ministry, and proposes a Feminist-Pneumatological anthropology and ecclesiology that address the problematic dualisms that have perpetuated Pentecostal women’s ...
by Atle Ottesen Søvik
This book discusses four different answers to the problem of evil, provided by Richard Swinburne, Keith Ward, David Griffin and Johan Hygen. The author suggests several improvements to these answers and concludes that there is a coherent answer to the problem of evil.
by David Munchin
This book analyses whether the scientific epistemology of Torrance's Theological Science project is robust enough to withstand the anarchic and distinctively post-modern challenge of Paul Feyerabend: 'The worst enemy of science'.
by Michael Reid Trice
Drawing on Nietzsche's challenge to the western tradition, this book is a theological exploration of cruelty in its personal, communal and institutional encounters in human life. Cruelty undermines care, trust, respect and justice, and its study opens a window into the theological possibility ...
by Brian Douglas
Anglican eucharistic theology varies between the different philosophical assumptions of realism and nominalism. This book presents case studies from the 20th Century to the Present and avoids the hermeneutic idealism of particular church parties by critically examining the Anglican eucharistic ...
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