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Titel: The Continuing Relevance of Wesleyan ...
Verlag: Wipf & Stock Pub
Einband: Soft cover
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Inhaltsangabe: What does the Wesleyan message have to say to the greater theological world? This is a question that Laurence Wood has taken up as his concern throughout his career. In order to honor his work, this collection takes up this question through a series of essays designed to show how Wesleyan Theology, while distinctive, has a continued relevance to the wider world of theological scholarship. This collection does this in two ways. First, by showing how the Wesleyan distinctives have been present throughout the history of theology. And secondly, the collection brings the Wesleyan distinctives into conversation with various contemporary theological conversations, ranging from theological hermeneutics and the science-religion dialogue to the practice of preaching and spirituality. The result is a volume that puts Wesleyan theology into continued dialogue with the broader theological world, showing its vitality and importance for the contemporary situation.
Über den Autor: Nathan Crawford is an Adjunct Professor at Indiana Wesleyan University and a Ph.D. Candidate at Loyola University of Chicago.
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