Divine Teaching: An Introduction to Christian Theology is an imaginative and lively analysis of the Christian way of thinking, offering vivid and informing insight into the history and practice of Christian theology. * An invative textbook offering a complete and dedicated guide to understanding Christian theology * Offers a lively exploration of the fundamentals of Christian belief, but also shows how and why these beliefs arose, providing the reader with an understanding of theological reflection which enables them to think theologically themselves * Questions how the major thinkers in the Christian tradition and faith communities shaped theology through a wide variety of thoughts and experiences of the world * Designed to make the study of theology exciting and interactive; t necessarily requiring a faith commitment but allowing the reader a thinking involvement in the subject.
Mark A. McIntosh is Professor of Systematic Theology and Spirituality at Loyola University, Chicago, where he has taught undergraduates and doctoral students for fifteen years. His publications include Christology from Within: Spirituality and the Incarnation in Hans Urs von Balthasar (1996), Mystical Theology: The Integrity of Spirituality and Theology (Blackwell, 1998), Mysteries of Faith (2000), and Discernment and Truth (2004). A priest in the Episcopal Church, he has served as canon theologian to the Presiding Bishop and Primate.
Professor Mark A. McIntosh
John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Religion: Comparative, General & Reference
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Wiley-Blackwell (an imprint of John Wiley & Sons Ltd)