The Christian Theology Reader Paperback
by Alister E. McGrath;
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The Christian Theology Reader
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This bestselling volume is now available in a fully updated and expanded fourth edition, bringing together 370 readings, drawn from in excess of 230 sources, and charting 2,000 years of Christian history.
Key features of this popular Reader include the following: each reading illustrates a key doctrine, point of view, intellectual development, or theological landmark. Every reading is accompanied by its own introduction, commentary and study questions. New material includes several readings on religion and science, an expanded coverage of feminist theological voices, extracts from radical protestant perspectives, and more contemporary theology.
This title features additional writers, including: Pope Benedict XVI, John Polkinghorne, Celia Deane Drummond, John Milbank, Elizabeth A. Johnson, Delores Williams, and John Yoder. This user-friendly volume is also accompanied by a fully revised and expanded website, packed with ideal resources for students.The new edition of the Reader may be used as a stand-along volume, or alongside "Christian Theology: An Introduction, 5th Edition" for a complete overview of the subject.
The Christian Theology Reader by Alister E. McGrath was published by John Wiley and Sons Ltd in March 2011 and is our 14401st best seller. The ISBN for The Christian Theology Reader is 9780470654842.
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Details for The Christian Theology Reader
|Author / Artist||Alister E. McGrath|
|Publisher||John Wiley and Sons Ltd (March 2011)|
|Edition||4th Revised edition|
|Number of Pages||644|
|Page last updated||10th November 2017|