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20th Century theology : God & the world in a transitional age / Stanley J. Grenz and Roger E. Olson. [print]

By: Grenz, Stanley J, 1950-2005 [author]Contributor(s): Olson, Roger EMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Downers Grove, Illinois : InterVarsity Press, (c)1997. Edition: Pbk edDescription: 393 pages ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0830815252; 9780830815258Subject(s): Theology, Doctrinal -- History -- 20th centuryLOC classification: BT28.T434 1997Online resources: Copyright permission request form. COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Introduction: Transcendence and Immanence and Modern Theological History The Enlightenment: The Shattering of the Classical Balance The Reconstruction of Transcendence: Immanence in Nineteenth-Century Theology Immanuel Kant G. W. F. Hegel Friedrich Schleiermacher Albrecht Ritschl and Classical Liberal Theology The Revolt Against Immanence: Transcendence in Neo-orthodoxy Karl Barth Emil Brunner Rudolf Bultmann Reinhold Niebuhr The Deepening of Immanence: Reformulations of the Liberal Tradition Paul Tillich Process Theology Immanence Within the Secular: The Radical Movement Dietrich Bonhoeffer Secular Theology The Transcendence of the Future: The Theology of Hope Jurgen Moltmann Wolfhart Pannenberg The Renewal of Immanence in the Experience of Oppression: Liberation Theologies Black Liberation Theology Latin American Liberation Theology Feminist Theology The Transcendence of the Human Spirit: The New Catholic Theology Karl Rahner Hans Kung Transcendence Within the Story: Narrative Theology Reaffirming the Balance: Evangelical Theology Coming of Age Carl F. H. Henry Bernard Ramm Conclusion: Past Contributions and Future Prospects in the Quest for a Theology of Transcendence and Immanence.
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Introduction: Transcendence and Immanence and Modern Theological History The Enlightenment: The Shattering of the Classical Balance The Reconstruction of Transcendence: Immanence in Nineteenth-Century Theology Immanuel Kant G. W. F. Hegel Friedrich Schleiermacher Albrecht Ritschl and Classical Liberal Theology The Revolt Against Immanence: Transcendence in Neo-orthodoxy Karl Barth Emil Brunner Rudolf Bultmann Reinhold Niebuhr The Deepening of Immanence: Reformulations of the Liberal Tradition Paul Tillich Process Theology Immanence Within the Secular: The Radical Movement Dietrich Bonhoeffer Secular Theology The Transcendence of the Future: The Theology of Hope Jurgen Moltmann Wolfhart Pannenberg The Renewal of Immanence in the Experience of Oppression: Liberation Theologies Black Liberation Theology Latin American Liberation Theology Feminist Theology The Transcendence of the Human Spirit: The New Catholic Theology Karl Rahner Hans Kung Transcendence Within the Story: Narrative Theology Reaffirming the Balance: Evangelical Theology Coming of Age Carl F. H. Henry Bernard Ramm Conclusion: Past Contributions and Future Prospects in the Quest for a Theology of Transcendence and Immanence.

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