God, Mystery, Diversity: Christian Theology in a Pluralistic World
In this frank and stimulating book, senior theologian Kaufman lays out in brief compass his historicist approach to Christian theology and central Christian mysteries, especially as they impinge on today's radically pluralistic religious and cultural scene and the moral challenges presented globally by it.
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Theology Critical Constructive and Contextualized
Religious Diversity Historical Consciousness and Christian Theology
Rethinking Some Central Christian Themes
A Biohistorical Understanding of the Human
A Note on Evil Salvation and the Criterion of Humanization
Mystery God and Human Diversity
The Meaning of Christ in Our Pluralistic Age
God and Emptiness An Experimental Essay
Some Buddhist Metaphysical Presuppositions
Christianity and Buddhism Searching for Fruitful Dialogue
Religious Truth as Pluralistic
Religious Diversity and Religious Truth
Critical Theology as a University Discipline
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