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📒How To Think Theologically ✍ Howard W. Stone
📝How to Think Theologically Book Synopsis : For over fifteen years, How to Think Theologically has served as the ideal primer on the work of theology for students at all levels of study. Stone and Duke contend that theology is not an optional, esoteric discipline, but one that every Christian person is called to do, and thus they welcome everyone to the essential, vibrant work of making religious sense of concrete life situations. The third edition of this popular book retains all of the lucid and lively text that marked the previous editions. On this already strong foundation, case studies and bibliographies are updated, and several helpful pedagogical elements are added.
📒The Work Of Theology ✍ Stanley Hauerwas
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📒De Uitnodiging Filmeditie ✍ William Paul Young
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📒Preparing For Ministry ✍ George M. Hillman
📝Preparing for Ministry Book Synopsis : Most seminaries now require their students to get real world training by way of supervised theological field education. This volume presents the wide array of issues that must be understood in order to integrate theological education and practical ministry, including the importance of theological field education, its purpose and challenges, the need for flexibility in meeting different students' needs, and the resources available to create a meaningful and educational experience.
📒Verlangen Naar God ✍ John Stephen Piper
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📒Theology And The Future ✍ Trevor Cairney
📝Theology and the Future Book Synopsis : Theology was once 'queen of the sciences', the integrating centre of Christendom's conceptual universe. In our own time the very idea of systematic theology is frequently called into question, derided as an arcane and superstitious pseudo-discipline. Even within the church, it is commonly disregarded in favour of unreflective piety and pragmatism. At the same time, the southward shift in world Christianity's centre of gravity prompts crucial questions about the future form and content of theology. Within this context, Theology and the Future offers a case for the continuing viability of theology, exploring how it might adapt to changing circumstances, and discussing its implications for how we are to imagine and help shape our shared human future. Beginning with the question of God, this book explores what might be meant by 'the future of God', and what its implications are for Christian theology. Chapters follow on the location of theology (in global Christianity, the church and the academy) and on its sources and method. The second half of the book explores a wide variety of dimensions of the human future that theology might address and illuminate. The essays bring together a mix of specialist theologians and interdisciplinary thinkers to support the assertion that there can be no more critical endeavor to the future than understanding God and all things in relationship to him.
📒Pedagogy Of The Bible ✍ Dale B. Martin
📝Pedagogy of the Bible Book Synopsis : For generations, most seminary teaching of the Bible has focused on the historical-critical method. While this method has been the standard in almost every seminary curriculum, the effects of this approach to Scripture have hardly been examined. From examining the biblical studies courses at ten different seminaries and divinity schools, Dale Martin learned what faculties were doing and what students were hearing. This book presents his discoveries, offering the best-ever inside look at the teaching of the Bible for ministry. Going beyond mere description, Martin argues for a new emphasis on interpreting Scripture within the context of church history and theology. Such a reading would be more theological, more integrated into the whole theological curriculum, and more theoretical (as it would focus on what's at stake in interpretation); however, Martin surprisingly argues, it would be more practical at the same time.
📒Christian Theology ✍ Gareth Jones
📝Christian Theology Book Synopsis : Christian Theology: A Brief Introduction is an incisive and engaging textbook that shows students how to think theologically - how they can respond both creatively and intelligently to the issues and challenges that face them today.
📒Crisis Counseling ✍ Howard W. Stone
📝Crisis Counseling Book Synopsis : Howard Stone's third edition of his pastoral care best-seller Crisis Counseling builds on the strengths of the earlier editions - in particular, its easily grasped and adopted intervention model - and expands it to consider the needs of people facing crisis in a post-9/11, post-Katrina world. With a thoroughly updated bibliography, new case studies, and an expanded focus on suicide, intervention in volatile or hazardous situations, and personal safety of the caregiver, and congregational care, this new edition continues to be a standard-bearer in its field.
📒What Are They Saying About Theological Reflection ✍ Robert L. Kinast
📝What are They Saying about Theological Reflection Book Synopsis : "Theological reflection is a form of theologizing that begins with lived experience, correlates this with the sources of Christian faith and draws out concrete implications for praxis. Robert Kinast finds five distinct types of theological reflection from within this common form: ministerial, spiritual wisdom, feminist, inculturation, and practical theology" "Each of these styles is analyzed in terms of the type of experience it favors, the way it connects this experience to theology and what sort of praxis it envisions. The end result is a succinct overview of this wide-ranging and diverse approach to theology."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved