Prologue; Doctrine (Oliver Davies, Professor of Christian Doctrine, King's College London); 1. Lost Heaven; 2. Theology in the World; Philosophy (Paul Janz, Lecturer in Philosophical Theology, King's College London); 3. Revelation as Divine Causality; 4. Holy Spirit and Fundamental Theology; Ethics (Clemens Sedmak, F.D.Maurice Professor of Social and Moral Theology, King's College London); 5. World Hunger as Disruption; 6. The Wound of Knowledge; Conclusion.
Oliver Davies, Professor of Christian Doctrine, King's College London, UK. His lates publications include The Creativity of God (CUP 2004) and A Theology of Compassion (SCM Press 2001). Clemens Sedmak is F. D. Maurice Professor of Social and Moral Theology at King's College London, UK. His latest books include Option fur die Armen (Herder 2005) and Katholisches Lehramt und Philosophie (Herder 2003). Paul Janz is Lecturer in Philosophical Theology at King's College London, UK. His last book was God the Mind's Desire (CUP 2004).
'There is much here for those from different stables to learn
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"As a riposte to much recent theology this has substantial value." - Theology
Mention -Theology Digest, Summer 2006
Mention --Theology Digest, Summer 2006
Mention Theology Digest, Summer 2006
."..the book is refreshing in its criticism of theology as being out of touch with the lived world. The book's presentation of divine revelation as a "wound of knowledge," as a rupture within thought itself, is especially interesting...I look forward to reading the rest of the series." -Gemma Tulud Cruz, Theological Studies, March 2009