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Christian Theology

One of the most widely used theological textbooks in the world Translated into 15 languages Written in clear and accessible English, ideal for those with English as a second language Assumes no prior knowledge of Christian theology Ideal for individual study or for taught courses Now in its sixth editiion, with a 25 year history of continuous use Regularly revised and updated in the light of user feedback
Part I Landmarks: Periods, Themes, and Personalities of Christian Theology Chapter 1: The Patristic Age Chapter 2: The Middles Ages and Renaissance Chapter 3: The Age of Reformation Chapter 4: The Modern Period Part II Sources and Methods Chapter 5: Getting Started: Preliminaries Chapter 6: The Sources of Theology Chapter 7: Knowledge of God: Natural and Revealed Chapter 8: Philosophy and Theology: Dialogue and Debate
Part III Christian Theology Chapter 9: The Doctrine of God Chapter 10: The Person of Jesus Christ Chapter 11: The Nature and Basis of Salvation Chapter 12: The Holy Spirit Chapter 13: The Trinity Chapter 14: Human Nature, Sin, and Grace Chapter 15: The Church Chapter 16: The Sacraments Chapter 17: Christianity and World Religions Chapter 18: Last Things: The Christian Hope

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This book provides a basic ntroduction to every aspect of Christian theology. Drawing on more than 20 years' experience of teaching Christian theology worldwide, Prof McGrath provides the most user-friendly textbook on the subject currently available. The sixth edition includes important improvements for the study of theology, including a new chapter on the Holy Spirit. The book consists of three major sections: Landmarks,” a full exposition of the historical development of Christian theology from the patristic period to the present day. This provides full accounts of key movements, debates, and writers of importance to classic and contemporary theology, including material relating to postmodernism, postliberalism, and evangelicalism; Sources and Methods,” a detailed account of issues such as the nature of theological language, the nature of theological sources (such as Scripture, reason, tradition, and experience), and the manner in which they have been used throughout Christian history; Christian Theology,” a detailed analysis of the main themes of Christian theology. Although the discussion is fully up to date, full weight is given to the debates of the patristic, medieval, and Reformation periods.

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One of the most widely used theological textbooks in the world Translated into 15 languages Written in clear and accessible English, ideal for those with English as a second language Assumes no prior knowledge of Christian theology Ideal for individual study or for taught courses Now in its sixth editiion, with a 25 year history of continuous use Regularly revised and updated in the light of user feedback