"An excellent textbook overview of the theology of our time ... comprehensive, clearly written, fair and most informative." Journal of Religion (of the first edition)
"A distinguished and outstanding work." Theology (of the first edition)
"The coverage provided is good, with no significant gaps evident." Reformed Theological Journal
"The Modern Theologians is a unique and valuable introduction to Christian theology. [...] It is to be warmly commended as a fresh resource for anyone seeking a path into the breadth and rigours of theological conversation today, and over the past one hundred years." Revd Dr Simon Oliver, University of Wales Lampeter, Church Times
"This book represents exceptional value for money, all too rare in theological publishing. We are in the editors' debt. Buy it, read it, and be lured onto new theological ground. I hope its spine is up to the use it will no doubt get." Philip McCosker, Reviews in Religion and Theology, 13:2
?A valuable resource for anyone trying to find an entry point into understanding the cacophony of modern theologies.?
John F. Brug
Wisconsin Lutheran Quarterly
Notes on Contributors.
Introduction to Modern Christian Theology (David F. Ford).
Part I: Classics of the Twentieth Century.
1. Karl Barth (Daniel W. Hardy).
2. Dietrich Bonheoffer (Wayne Whitson Floyd).
3. Paul Tillich (David H. Kelsey).
4. Henri de Lubac (John Milbank).
5. Karl Rahner (Karen Kilby).
6. Hans Urs von Balthasar (Ben Quash).
Part II: Theological Responses to Modernity in Europe and the USA.
Section A: Germany.
7. Wolfhart Pannenberg (Christoph Schwobel).
8. Jurgen Moltmann (Richard Bauckham).
Section B: Britain.
9. T.F. Torrance (Daniel W. Hardy).
10. Anglican Theology (Peter Sedgwick).
Section C: USA.
11. H. Richard Niebuhr (Stanley Hauerwas).
12. Reinhold Niebuhr (William Werpehowski).
13. Revisionists and Liberals 9James J. Buckley).
Section D: The Contemporary Scene: Reappropriating Traditions.
14. Postliberal Theology (James Fodor).
15. Systematic Theology after Barth: Jungel, Jenson, and Gunton (John Webster).
16. Roman Catholic Theology after Vatican II (Paul D. Murray).
Section E: Texts, Truth , and Signification.
17. Biblical Interpretation (Anthony C. Thiselton).
18. Philosophical Theology (Ingolf U. Dalferth).
19. Postmodern Theology (Graham Ward).
Part III: Theology and the Sciences.
20. Theology and the Physical Sciences (Philip Clayton).
21. Theology and the Biological Sciences (Celia Deane Drummond).
22. Theology and the Social Sciences (Richard H. Roberts).
Part IV: Theology, Prayer, and Practice.
23. Theology and Spirituality (Mark A. McIntosh).
24. Pastoral and Practical Theology (Stephen Pattison and Gordon Lynch).
Part V: Particularizing Theology.
25. Feminism, Gender, and Theology (Rachel Muers).
26. Black Theology of Liberation (Dwight N. Hopkins).
27. Latin American Liberation Theology (Rebecca S. Chopp and Ethna Regan).
28. African Technology (Tinyiko Sam Maluleke).
29. Theologies of South Asia (Felix Wilfred).
30. Contextual Theology in East Asian (Archie Chi Chung Lee).
31. Postcolonial Biblical Interpretation (R.S. Sugirtharajah).
Part VI: Global Engagements.
32. Ecumenical Theology (Mary Tanner).
33. Eastern Orthodox Theology (Rowan Williams).
34. Pentecostal and Charismatic Theology (Allan Anderson).
35. Evangelical Theology (David F. Wells).
Part VII: Theology Between Faiths.
36. Theology of Religions (Gavin D'Costa).
37. Judaism and Christian Theology (Ataullah Siddiqui).
38. Islam and Christian Theology (Ataullah Siddiqui).
39. Buddhism and Christian Theology (Paul O. Ingram).
Part VIII: Theology in Many Media.
40. Theology and the Visual Arts (John W. de Gruchy).
41. Theology and Music (Jeremy S. Begbie).
42. Theology and Film (Jolyon Mitchell).
Epilogue: Twelve theses for Christian Theology in the Twenty-First century (David F. Ford).