J ngel: A Guide for the Perplexed

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing Release date: 2019-11-14

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This volume offers an up-to-date introduction to Eberhard J ngel's intellectual formation, publications and influence. J ngel is one of the most original and influential Protestant theologians to emerge after Karl Barth, and his theology has received fresh interest of late from systematic theologians, biblical scholars and historians of modern Christian thought. R. David Nelson guides the reader through the figures, movements and conceptual developments in the background of J ngel's thought. By introducing J ngel's four major monographs and eleven of his key essays, Nelson is able to assess a number of themes prominent in J ngel's theology, and to summarize the achievements, challenges, and prospects of his theological contribution. This comprehensive introduction will help the inquisitive student to engage with J ngel's thought.

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Genre: Philosophy of religion

Collection: T&T Clark

Type: EPub

Pages: 184

ISBN: 9780567660046

Additional Information

Genre: Philosophy of religion

Collection: T&T Clark

Type: EPub

Pages: 184

ISBN: 9780567660046

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