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by Neil Ormerod

  • Author: Neil Ormerod
  • ISBN: 1570751390
  • ISBN13: 978-1570751394
  • ePub: 1386 kb | FB2: 1723 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Religious Studies
  • Publisher: Orbis Books; Rev Exp Su edition (June 2, 1997)
  • Pages: 218
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 145
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Introducing Contemporary Theologies: The What and the Who of Theology Today ePub download

Neil Ormerod presents each theologian through an analysis of one significant work as a means of understanding that . The book covers 15 top Christian theologians. In a quite readable form, the author gives a brief introduction to each of these theologians.

Neil Ormerod presents each theologian through an analysis of one significant work as a means of understanding that thinker's particular contribution and theological style.

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The first part of this book includes a description of theology today; What is theology? .

The second part of the book provides an introduction to the work of leading theologians of the late 20th century, including: Karl Rahner, Hans Kung, Leonardo Boff, Wolfhart Pannenberg, Dorothee Soelle, Rosemary Radford Reuther, Elizabeth Johnson and John Meyerdorff. Introducing Contemporary Theologies: The What and the Who of Theology Today (9781570751394) by Neil Ormerod.

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Introducing Contemporary Theologies. Creation, Grace, and Redemption. Ecclesiology and the social sciences. The structure of a systematic ecclesiology. Theological Studies 63 (1), 3-30, 2002. Globalization and the Mission of the Church. NJ Ormerod, S Clifton. Bloomsbury Publishing, 2009. The Routledge Companion to the Christian Church, 639-654, 2008. The Times They are a ‘Changin’ : A Response to O'Malley and Schloesser. Theological Studies 67 (4), 834-855, 2006.

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First, the positives:

The book covers 15 top Christian theologians. In a quite readable form, the author gives a brief introduction to each of these theologians. Especially good are his overviews of Karl Rahner's transcendental theology and Elizabeth Johnson's feminist theology. Ormerod's style of writing is generally quite clear and shows his fascination with the subject.

The negatives:

Although the book is titled "Introducing Contemporary Theologies", only Christian theologies are covered. To a non-Christian, the book may seem quite biased, and at times bigoted. This is especially true where Ormerod speaks for himself.

Overall, if you are strongly Christian this is a great overview of some of the top Christian theologians. If you are on the margins of Christianity or non-Christian, this book may not be your cup of tea.
Beahelm
excellent copy
Vispel
Introducing Contemporary Theologians is great summaries of important theologians today: concise, uses Lonergan's (and Ormerod's eight specialities as a grid to situate their theologies
Mariwyn
SCREW YOU NEIL ORMEROD THIS BOOK SUCKS! IF I COULD GIVE YOU 0 STARS I WOULD! I HATE YOU BOOK ITS THE WORST THING AND SO BORING AND DUMB AND HARD TO UNDERSTAND
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