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Imagining Theology


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Contents 1. Toward a Normative Christian Imagination Part 1: Imagination and Theological Hermeneutics 2. Myth, History, and Imagination: The Creation Narratives in the Bible and Theology 3. Who's Afraid of Ludwig Feuerbach? Suspicion and the Religious Imagination 4. The Crisis of Mainline Christianity and the Liberal Failure of Imagination 5. Hans Frei and the Hermeneutics of the Second Naivete Part 2: Metaphor, Aesthetics, and Gender 6. The Mirror, the Lamp, and the Lens: On the Limits of Imagination 7. Barth on Beauty: The Ambivalence of Reformed Aesthetics 8. The Gender of God and the Theology of Metaphor Part 3: Modernity and Eschatology in Christian Imagination 9. The Adulthood of the Modern Age: Hamann's Critique of Kantian Enlightenment 10. Kant as Christian Apologist: The Failure of Accommodationist Theology 11. Moltmann's Two Eschatologies 12. The Eschatological Imagination Part 4: Theology of Religion and the Religions 13. The Myth of Religion: How to Think Christianly in a Secular World 14. Pluralism and the Religious Imagination 15. Imaginary Gods and the Anonymous Christ Part 5: Conclusion 16. Christian Theology in a Post-Christian Age Index

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Garrett Green (PhD, Yale University) is Class of 1943 Professor Emeritus of Religious Studies at Connecticut College in New London, Connecticut, where he has taught for over four decades. He is the author of several books, including Imagining God: Theology and the Religious Imagination.

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