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God for a Secular Society

Public Relevance of Theology

God for a Secular Society

Public Relevance of Theology

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Publisher: SCM Press
ISBN: 9780334027515
Number of Pages: 306
Published: 01/02/1999
Width: 14 cm
Height: 21.6 cm
Having grown from lectures which Moltmann has given in predominantly secular institutions, this text covers theology and politics, theology and the changing values of the modern world, and theology and religion. This book has grown from lectures which Jurgen Moltmann has given in predominantly secular institutions. Its main sections cover theology and politics, theology and the changing values of the modern world, and theology and religion. Many important issues are discussed: political theology and liberation theology, ecology and human rights, globalism and individualism, the market and human dignity. There are also chapters on Jewish and Christian theology after Auschwitz, Protestantism, liberalism and fundamentalism, dialogue and mission, and theology in the church and the university. At a time when theology in many quarters has become narrow and introspective, here is a theologian who is not afraid to address his words, both positive and critical, to the widest possible audience. Until his retirement, Jurgen Moltmann was Professor of Systematic Theology in the Protestant Faculty of the University of Tubingen.

Jurgen Moltmann

Professor Jurgen Moltmann is Professor emeritus of Systematic Theology at the Univerisity of Tubingen, Germany. He is one of the most important post-war, post-Holocaust theologians whose work has influenced the last two generations of theological thought in Germany and worldwide.

Margaret Kohl