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Theology and the Future


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Introduction: The future of theology and the theology of the future - Trevor Cairney & David Starling Part One - The future of theology 1. 'In your light do we see light': The Self-revealing God and the Future of Theology - Michael Allen 2. Does God Have a Future? Theology and the 'Future' of God - Stephen Long 3. Theology and the Future of Global Christianity - K. K. Yeo 4. Theology and the Future of Asia - Miyon Chung 5. Not a wisdom of this age: Theology and the Future of the Post-Christendom Church - David Starling 6. How I Think I Learned to Think Theologically: The Post-Christendom Church and the Future of Theology - Stanley Hauerwas 7. Attentive Judgment: Theology and the Future of Education - John McDowell 8. 'Grace Builds upon Nature': Philosophy and the Future of Theology - Paul Helm 9. A prophetic proposal: Theology and the future of Method - John McClean Part Two - Theology and the future 10. Smith's White Teeth and Paul's Galatians: Theology and the Future of Humanity - Michael Jensen 11. Theology and the Future of Creativity - Trevor Hart 12. Conversion, Incarnation, Performance: Theology and the Future of Imagination - Alison Searle 13. Emergent pantheism? Science, complexity and the future of Theology - Kirsten Birkett 14. Green Future: Theology and the Future of the Earth - Byron Smith 15. Envisioning An Alternative Urban World: Theology and the Future of the City - David Smith

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Offers a case for the continuing viability of theology, exploring how it might adapt to changing circumstances, and discussing its implications for our future.

About the Author

Trevor Cairney is Director of CASE, Master of New College and Professor of Education within the faculty of Arts and Social Science at the University of New South Wales, Australia. He has written 9 books and over 150 refereed articles and book chapters across the fields of education, early learning, language development and (more recently) public theology. David Starling lectures in New Testament and Theology at Morling College, Australia. He is the author of Not My People: Gentiles as Exiles in Pauline Hermeneutics (2011) and a number of journal articles and book chapters on biblical exegesis and theological hermeneutics.

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