Permissions. Acknowledgements. Prologue. Part I: The Wisdom of Theology. 1. Theology. 2. A Long Rumour of Wisdom. Redescribing Theology. Part II: Wisdom among the Religions. 3. Faith and Change: A Christian Understanding. 4. Reading Scripture with Intensity: Academic, Ecclesial, Interfaith, and Divine. 5. Developing Scriptural Reasoning Further: Reflections on Scripture, Reason and the Contemporary Islam--West Encounter. Part III: Wisdom in the University. 6. Knowledge, Meaning and the World's Great Challenges: Reinventing Cambridge University in the Twenty-first Century. 7. Faith and Universities in a Religious and Secular World. Part IV: Theological Interpretation of the Bible. 8. Divine Initiative, Human Response, and Wisdom: Interpreting 1 Corinthians Chapters 1--3. 9. Barth?s Interpretation of the Bible. Part IV: Thinking Further -- Theological Topics. 10. The God of Blessing Who Loves in Wisdom. 11. Tragedy and Atonement. 12. Apophasis and the Shoah: Where was Jesus Christ at Auschwitz?. Conclusion: Twelve Theses for Christian Theology in the Twenty-first Century. Index
David F. Ford is Regius Professor of Divinity at the University of Cambridge. He is the author of numerous books, including: Christian Wisdom: Desiring God and Learning in Love (2007), The Modern Theologians, 3rd edition (edited with Rachel Muers, Blackwell, 2005), and Theology: A Very Short Introduction (2000). He is a member of the editorial board of a number of major journals, including Modern Theology and Scottish Journal of Theology.
Ford has developed the relationship between theology and each of these other spheres, but this is the first volume to bring together a complete and well-rounded account of theology's interaction with all its conversation partners