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Shapers of Modern Theology
The Shapers of Modern Theology series introduces students to the formation and development of modern Christian theology through a guided study of pivotal figures and movements in the 19th and 20th centuries. Each volume contains a representative selection of key writings, cutting-edge commentary, and detailed introductory and concluding articles. Throughout, key themes and issues driving theological reflection in the last two centuries will be addressed. The series has a broad ecumenical reach, reckons with the challenges faced by Christian theologians in the context of modernity and postmodernity, and attends to key developments in the last fifty years.
University of St. Thomas
The University of Chicago, Divinity School
University of Virginia
University of Notre Dame
Learn about the series
Watch series editor, Francesca Murphy, introduce the vision behind the Shapers of Modern Theology series!
Francesca Murphy describes the different kinds of textbooks included in the new Shapers of Modern Theology series!
Look for these titles in the series beginning in 2016!
Titles and volume editors planned in the series:
Keith L. Johnson, Wheaton College
Mark McInroy, University of St. Thomas
David Grumett, University of Edinburgh
Andrew Louth, Emeritus, Durham University
Hegel and the Hegelian Tradition
Kevin Hector, The University of Chicago Divinity School
David W. Congdon, IVP Academic
Theology and the Challenge of History
Christophe Chalamet, University of Geneva
Critics of Christianity
Philip Ziegler, University of Aberdeen
Francesca A. Murphy, University of Notre Dame
Modern Eastern Orthodoxy
Paul L. Gavrilyuk, University of St. Thomas
Feminist and Womanist Theologies
Theologies of World Christianity
Peter C. Phan, Georgetown University