Theology in Global Context: Essays in Honor of Robert Cummings Neville

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Robert C. Neville, Amos Yong, Peter Heltzel
A&C Black, 2004 - Religion - 408 pages
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Robert Cummings Neville has been a consistent advocate for the necessity of global theology. Early in his career, he realized that the philosophical framework of the West alone was inadequate for a truly global theology. Since then, he has sought to develop theology creatively and responsibly within the world context. The original essays in the volume participate in and model the kind of dialogical, global theology embodied in Neville s work.
  

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Contents

Robert Cummings Neville and Theologys Global Future
29
Global Citizenship Religion and World Order
43
Order Terror Piety
59
Borderline Ethics and IntraCommunity Violence
75
Neville Turns East
137
Pragmatism Logical Vagueness
161
Immortality
175
Nagarjuna and Creatio ex nihilo
229
Godhead Gods Religions and the Christian Religion
243
The Primordial Godhead and Apocalyptic Christianity
265
Infinity and Intersubjectivity
303
A More Radical Pluralism
315
Select List of Publications
387
Contributors
401
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Peter Heltzel is Visiting Assistant Professor of Theology at New York Theological Seminary Amos Young is the Associate Professor of Theology at Bethel College and the author of Beyond the Impasse: Toward a Pneumatological Theology of Religions.

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