Theological Literacy in the Twenty-First Century

Rodney L. Petersen, Nancy M. Rourke
Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2002 M04 15 - 421 páginas
This volume presents a compendium of different perspectives by leading theological educators on what constitutes theological literacy in the twenty-first century. Structured around the key emphases that have shaped a traditional curriculum in theological education, these insightful essays explore the nature of theology, theology and institutional expression, the practice of hermeneutics in today's context, the rhetoric of theology, and the future of theological education. Throughout their essays, the contributors specifically address or draw from a wide range of confessional stances, making this book valuable to readers from every church tradition.


Ruth H. Bersin
Alkiviadis C. Calivas
Francis X.Clooney
Carrie Doehring
William Johnson Everett
Anne Foerst
Thomas H. Groome
S. Mark Heim
Raymond G. Helmick
Walter C.Kaiser Jr.
Jan Milic Lochman
John E. MacInnis
Alice Mathews
Brian O. McDermott
Robert C. Neville
Alvin Padilla
Rodney L.Petersen
Elisabeth Schussler Fiorenza
Fred D. Smith Jr.
Andrew Walls
Wesley J. Wildman

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With all *due* modesty, I'm compelled to say that this book still strikes me as a superlative tool for identifying the areas of accountability for anyone working in theological education. And, as a personal note to readers who work in this area: Keep at it. Fight the good fight. Leer comentario completo

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Rodney Peterson is executive director of the Boston Theological Institute.

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