Theology

Theology

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God in weakness

Elizabeth Gandolfo's first book is not just an anthropology. Its more daring and abidingly important gift is a statement about God.

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Scripture, Creed, Theology, by Robert L. Calhoun, edited and with an introduction by George A. Lindbeck

Historical theologian Robert L. Cal­houn had mythic status as a lecturer at Yale Divinity School—even unbelievers attended his courses on Christian theology—but he didn’t publish much. George Lind­beck has done us a great favor by editing and publishing Calhoun’s lectures on the history of Christian doctrine. Lind­beck’s introduction provides perspective on Cal­houn’s theology.

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How do we forgive?

What is forgiveness, and is it always possible? Are there times when it is unwise? Is it even feasible when someone refuses to repent? These are some of the questions James Voiss takes up in his astute analysis of forgiveness.

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God’s Presence, by Frances Young

In this work based on the Bampton Lectures given at Oxford, Young covers key topics in the Christian faith, including creation, anthropology, Christology, soteriology, spirituality, ecclesiology, and Mariology. She connects early church theologians to our context, providing an excellent model for how to retrieve wisdom from the ancients responsibly.