Theology: A Very Short Introduction Paperback
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Theology: A Very Short Introduction
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David Ford's approach draws us in to considering the principles underlying religious belief, including the centrality of salvation to most major religions, the concept of God in ancient, modern, and postmodern contexts, the challenge posed to theology by prayer and worship, and the issue of sin and evil.
He also probes the nature of experience, knowledge, and wisdom in theology, and discusses what is involved in interpreting theological texts.
In this new edition, Ford considers the contemporary relevance of theology, including the effect of globalization and digitized communication, examines the theological responses to change and development in science, considers the impact of increased engagement between Islam and the West, and looks at the development and importance of theology between the different faiths.
New to this edition:
- Includes updates to the contemporary relevance of theology
- Looks at the developments of theology between faiths
- Considers the changes brought about by increased engagement between Islam and the West
- Examines theological responses to changes and developments in science
- Considers the effects of globalization and digitized communication on society
- Part of the bestselling Very Short Introductions series - over five million copies sold worldwide
Theology: A Very Short Introduction by David F. Ford was published by Oxford University Press in October 2013 and is our 7528th best seller. The ISBN for Theology: A Very Short Introduction is 9780199679973.
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Details for Theology: A Very Short Introduction
|Page last updated||22nd October 2015|
|Author / Artist||David F. Ford|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press (October 2013)|
|Edition||2nd Revised edition|
|Number of Pages||208|