Christian Theology in a Pluralistic Context: A Methodological and Constructive Inquiry in the Doctrine of Creation

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Peter Lang, 2007 - Religion - 239 pages
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Each generation of theologians must respond to the context in which they find themselves, and our context today is one of plurality. What, exactly, should a pluralistic theology look like? How can we take seriously our pluralistic context and still remain true to a tradition? This groundbreaking book moves beyond dialogue to incorporation, and develops a methodology for the future of pluralistic theology. Using postmodern epistemology, historical theology, and ancient wisdom literature, Steven L. Wiebe crafts a Christian doctrine of creation that is in dialogue with Buddhism, Hinduism, and Islam. This book will be useful in courses on world religions, systematic theology, and pluralism.

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The Author: Steven L. Wiebe received his Ph.D. in theology from Fuller Seminary. He has been a pastor and a professor, and he is currently the executive director of a non-profit organization serving at-risk urban children, teens, and families.

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