Beyond liberalism and fundamentalism : how modern and postmodern philosophy set the theological agenda /

American Protestant Christianity is often described as a two-party system divided into liberals and conservatives. This book clarifies differences between the intellectual positions of these two groups by advancing the thesis that the philosophy of the modern period is largely responsible for the po...

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Main Author: Murphy, Nancey C.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Valley Forge, Pa. : Trinity Press International, ©1996.
Series:Rockwell lecture series (Valley Forge, Pa.)
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Summary:American Protestant Christianity is often described as a two-party system divided into liberals and conservatives. This book clarifies differences between the intellectual positions of these two groups by advancing the thesis that the philosophy of the modern period is largely responsible for the polarity of Protestant Christian thought. A second thesis is that the modern philosophical positions driving the division between liberals and conservatives have themselves been called into question. It therefore becomes opportune to ask how theology ought to be done in a postmodern era, and to envisio.
Physical Description:1 online resource (x, 162 pages).
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN:9780567014498
0567014495