This book offers a critical edition of arguably the greatest work of English theology in the 20th century: Austin Farrer's Bampton Lectures published as The Glass of Vision in 1948. This critical edition also contains an introduction to the significance and context of Farrer's thought, and a selection of thirty-years' worth of commentary by leading British and European theologians and literary scholars: David Brown, Ingolf Dalferth, Hans Haugh, Douglas Hedley, David Jasper and Gerard Loughlin. Of interest to literary and biblical scholars, theologians, and philosophers, this book holds particular value to those exploring the nature of imagination in contemporary thought and scholarship.
Number Of Pages: 234
Published: 28th January 2014