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Very comprehensive March 31, 2011
This textbook I got from ecampus rental textbooks styles itself as a basic outline of Christian theology that assumes the reader knows nothing and takes him step by step through all major Christian theologies. As a recreational reader who wanted just that sort of basic introduction, I have found this textbook has lived up to its promise while also being easy to read. Subjects are not all covered in depth due to the material the textbook addresses. However, extensive bibliographies at the end of each chapter allow the reader to explore each subject further.
Christian Theology: An Introduction, 5th Edition: stars based on 1 user reviews.
Alister McGrath's Christian Theology: An Introduction is one of the most internationally-acclaimed and popular Christian theology textbooks in use today. This 5 th edition has been completely revised, and now features new and extended material, numerous additional illustrations, and companion resources, ensuring it retains its reputation as the ideal introduction to Christian theology.A revised 5 th edition of the bestselling textbook, now completely up-to-date with expanded material, and packed throughout with student features and new illustrations Features new sections on Copernicanism and Darwinism Includes extended discussions of Augustine's doctrine of creation, Trinitarian theologies of religion, and the relation of Christianity to other faiths May be used as a stand-along volume, or alongside the Christian Theology Reader, 4 th edition for a complete overview of the subject Retains the chapter structure of the 4th edition, ensuring comparatability with earlier editions and courses based on these Accompanied by a revised instructor's website, featuring expanded resources including study questions and answers; visit www.wiley.com/go/mcgrath for more details and to register for access
Alister E. McGrath is Head of the Centre for Theology, Religion & Culture, and Professor of Theology, Ministry, and Education at King's College, London. A world-acclaimed theologian, he is the author of numerous books including The Christian Theology Reader, 4th Edition (2011), Science and Religion, 2nd Edition (2010), Theology: The Basics, 2nd Edition (2007), and Dawkins' God: Genes, Memes and the Meaning of Life (2004), all published by Wiley-Blackwell.
Table of Contents
|List of Illustrations|
|To the Student: How to Use this Book|
|To the Teacher: How to Use this Book|
|Landmarks: Periods, Themes, and Personalities of Christian Theology:|
|The Patristic Period, c.100-c.700|
|The Middle Ages and the Renaissance, c.700-c.1500|
|The Age of Reformation, c.1500-c.1750|
|The Modern Period, c.1750 to the Present|
|Sources and Methods|
|Getting Started: Preliminaries|
|The Sources of Theology|
|Knowledge of God: Natural and Revealed|
|Philosophy and Theology: Dialogue and Debate|
|The Doctrine of God|
|The Doctrine of the Trinity|
|The Doctrine of the Person of Christ|
|Faith and History: The Christological Agenda of Modernity|
|The Doctrine of Salvation in Christ|
|The Doctrines of Human Nature, Sin, and Grace|
|The Doctrine of the Church|
|The Doctrine of the Sacraments|
|Christianity and the World Religions|
|The Last Things: The Christian Hope|
|A Glossary of Theological Terms|
|Sources of Citations|
|Acknowledgments of Figures|
|Table of Contents provided by Publisher. All Rights Reserved.|