Twentieth-century Religious Thought
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Paperback / softback
Publisher: SCM Press
Number of Pages: 498
Width: 21.6 cm
Height: 14 cm
Beginning from the philosophical and theological legacies of the 19th century, this book traces the renewal first of Protestant then of Catholic theology during the 20th century. It ends with a discussion of recent movements such as liberation theology.
"Professors of theology will be hapy to recommend the book to their students, and intellectuals of any tradition will be fascinated by this lucid history of thought during a very fertile century in western culture." G.Gispert-Sauch, S.J., April 2003.
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