Schools of Faith

Essays on Theology, Ethics and Education
T.& T.Clark Ltd (Verlag)
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  • erschienen am 10. Januar 2019
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  • 312 Seiten
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Schools of Faith represents a diversity of essays from scholars in several continents. The contributors, all leading theologians and ethicists, offer reflections on historical and contemporary themes which are significant for wider debates in theological education and church life in today's world. The range of contributor and content provides a fitting tribute to the work of Iain R. Torrance over many years.

Amid the numerous subjects discussed, the authors focus on liturgy, textual criticism, public theology, the ethics of war, Christian doctrine, divine action, ecumenism, inter-faith dialogue, spiritual formation, the office of the minister, and the interface between religion and literature. The multi-faceted nature of this collection signifies its importance for historical, systematic and practical theology
1. Auflage
  • Englisch
  • London
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  • Großbritannien
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978-0-567-66795-3 (9780567667953)
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David Fergusson is Professor of Divinity, University of Edinburgh, UK.
Bruce McCormack is Charles Hodge Professor of Systematic Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary, USA.
List of Contributors

Introduction: Very Rev. Professor Iain R. Torrance, David Fergusson (University of Edinburgh, UK)
Chapter 1 'West Midlands Foray', Nicholas Peter Harvey (University of Birmingham, UK)
Chapter 2 'The Life of the Text', David Parker (University of Birmingham, UK)
Chapter 3 'Creation: A Catalyst Shaping Early Christian Life and Thought', Frances Young (University of Birmingham, UK)
Chapter 4 'Theodore of Mopsuestia and the Allegorical Method in Liturgical Commentaries', Bryan Spinks (Yale Divinity School, USA)
Chapter 5 'Study as Spiritual Formation', Ellen T. Charry (Princeton Theological Seminary, USA)
Chapter 6 'The Logic of Incarnation and the Problem of the Extra Calvinisticum', Ian A. McFarland (University of Cambridge, UK)
Chapter 7 'The King James Bible in Scotland', David Fergusson (University of Edinburgh, UK)
Chapter 8 'Jonathan Edwards: Pantheist or Panentheist?', Oliver D. Crisp (Fuller Theological Seminary, USA)
Chapter 9 'Scotland and Princeton', Gordon Graham (Princeton Theological Seminary, USA)
Chapter 10 'Schleiermacher's Trinitarian Realism', Bruce McCormack (Princeton Theological Seminary, USA)
Chapter 11 'The Place of Prayer in Theological Method: A Conversation with Sarah Coakley', James F. Kay (Princeton Theological Seminary, USA)
Chapter 12 'Christian Self-Formation and the Meaning of Baptism', Kathryn Tanner (Yale Divinity School, USA)
Chapter 13 'Real Insight Along False Paths: with Karl Barth and Against the Stream in Theological Ethics', Paul T. Nimmo (University of Aberdeen, UK)
Chapter 14 'Telling the Story of Gaudium et Spes; George Lindbeck and the Catholic Rediscovery of Eschatology', Francesca Murphy (University of Notre Dame, USA)
Chapter 15 'The Divine Action 'Problem'? An Eastern Orthodox Challenge to Science and Theology', Sarah Lane Ritchie (University of St Andrews, UK)
Chapter 16 'Christianity and China', George Newlands (University of Edinburgh, UK)
Chapter 17 'Mainstream Minority: The Public Identity of the Church of Scotland', William Storrar (Center of Theological Inquiry, USA)
Chapter 18 'Can We Trust the Church?', Linda Woodhead (Lancaster University, UK)
Chapter 19 'Military Chaplaincy, Christian Witness and the Ethics of War', Nigel Biggar (University of Oxford, UK)
Chapter 20 'Religious Discourse and the Public Forum', Phee Seng Kang (China Graduate School of Theology in Hong Kong)
Chapter 21 'God, Discipleship and Meaning in Rainer Maria Rilke and Abu Hamid al-Ghazali', Mona Siddiqui (University of Edinburgh, UK)
Chapter 22 'The Theological Education and the Promise of Scriptural Reasoning', David F. Ford (University of Cambridge, UK)
Chapter 23 'The Minister: Some Literary Perspectives', Alison Jack (University of Edinburgh, UK)
Chapter 24 'The Significance of New Humanities for Current Theological Education in the Context of the Korean Church', Young-Sang Ro (Honam Theological University and Seminary, South Korea)
Chapter 25 'Searching for Gravitas', M. Craig Barnes (Princeton Theological Seminary, USA)
Chapter 26 'Wisdom in a Wikipedia World: Education, Ecumenism and Leadership in Age of Globalization', Neal D. Presa (Fuller Theological Seminary, USA)

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