This collection gathers bold and insightful voices in theological studies, both new and familiar. It features a robust array of resources from experts exploring topics such as the tradition of liberal theology, the reinvention of liberal Christianity in the twenty-first century, theological anthropology, stewardship, and much more. With this collection, you can deepen your knowledge of central historical theologians, as these volumes dive into the thought and works of Thomas Aquinas, Augustine, Karl Barth, and Søren Kierkegaard. Discover how their theology intersects and how it is interpreted by theologians today. You’ll also be able to gain theological insights into important contemporary issues such as postcolonialism; health, medicine, and disease; and the evangelical mission.
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Michael Langford is professor emeritus of philosophy and bioethics at Memorial University of Newfoundland. His previous books include A Liberal Theology for the Twenty-First Century: A Passion for Reason and Unblind Faith.