5 edition of Theologians in transition found in the catalog.
Theologians in transition
Twenty essays originally published in The Christian century in 1980 and 1981.
|Other titles||Christian century.|
|Statement||edited by James M. Wall ; with an introduction by Martin E. Marty.|
|Contributions||Wall, James McKendree, 1928-|
|LC Classifications||BR50 .T42158 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 207 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||207|
|ISBN 10||0824501012, 0824501039|
|LC Control Number||81009875|
In , the doctrine committee came under sustained criticism after it published a harsh rebuke of Johnson's book Quest for the Living God: Mapping Frontiers in the Theology of God. The result was traditional churches had to make an unplanned and swift transition towards technologically-driven forms of gathering. Many church leaders felt out of their comfort zone, while experimenting with doing church online. At the same time, scholars and theologians began studying this new trends in how churches perform worship online.
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As such it is an extremely useful book to read while studying Prof. Bloesch's systematic theology. It is also enjoyable to see Prof. Bloesch's work taken seriously by such well-known names as Avery Dulles and T. Torrance. The book is subtitled EVANGELICAL THEOLOGY IN TRANSITION.
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The distinguished contributors to this volumeministers, scholars, and theological educatorsshare personal reflections on the sometimes-difficult transition from being a seminarian to becoming a minister. Based on their own life experiences, they address the two related but different 'worlds' of theological school and ministry setting, each with its own set of expectations, values Format: Paperback.
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