Theology

Theology

Books

Faith in ferment

Whatever its connotations, medieval represents half the Christian story to date. Kevin Madigan provides an excellent look at these long centuries.

Books

An Introduction to Design Arguments, by Benjamin C. Jantzen

Many people have an intuition that the natural world shows purpose, order, or providence. Benjamin Jantzen does a marvelous job analyzing the attempts to turn that intuition into arguments.

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The Rebirthing of God, by John Philip Newell

For nonbelievers, John Philip Newell's new book might serve as an introduction to Christianity at its mildest and least challenging.

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How (Not) to Be Secular, by James K. A. Smith

Jamie Smith has written a string of smart books that explain the significance of contemporary theory for Christian life and ministry. His new field guide to Charles Taylor may be his best.