Theologians in Their Own Words is a volume of 23 brief, straight-forward autobiographical statements from many of the most important theologians and scholars of religion of recent decades.
The second of two volumes highlighting the ways in which Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza's work constructs a critical feminist theory and praxis of liberation, in relation to the biblical text and its legacy.
Gudorf's work focuses on everyday issues while drawing out ethical implications of each and demonstrating how different religious traditions prescribe rules for action.
Cynthia Crysdale and Neil Ormerod here present a robust theology of God in light of supposed tensions between Christian belief and evolutionary science.
This survey text for religious ethics and theological ethics courses explores how ethical concepts defined as liberationist is presently manifest around the globe and within the United States.