Part One: From Reason and Revelation to Revelation and Reason; Chapter 1 Christian Doctrine and Systemization; Chapter 2 Subjectivity and Objectification; Chapter 3 Revelation, Mediation and Scripture; Part Two: The Modern Problem in an Historical Context; Chapter 4 Revelation and Reason, Theology and Inspiration; Chapter 5 An Historical Perspective 1: apocalypsis et ratio; Chapter 6 An Historical Perspective 2: The Triumph of Reason?; Part Three: Aspects of Karl Barth on Faith and Reason; Chapter 7 Barth: Theological Self-Consciousness after Kant; Chapter 8 Barth: Revelation and Reason 1 - a Theology of Demolition?; Chapter 9 Barth: Revelation and Reason 2 - a Theology of Construction?
Colin E. Gunton was Professor of Christian Doctrine, King's College, London, UK, and a Minister of the United Reformed Church. Paul Brazier holds a degree in Fine Art, in Education and also Theology; a teacher for 20 years. He recently completed a PhD on Barth, Thurneysen and Dostoevsky (Paternoster 2007). Christoph Schwoebel is Professor of Systematic Theology, University of Tubingen, Germany. Stephen Holmes is Lecturer in Theology at The University of St Andrews, UK. He has published extensively in the field of Christian theology and has previously collaborated with Colin Gunton in The Practice of Theology, SCM Press, 2001.
Mention -Book News, February 2009
Mention --Book News, February 2009
Mention Book News, February 2009