Item description for Handbook of Contemporary Theology, A: Tracing Trends and Discerning Directions in Today's Theological Landscape (BridgePoint Books) by David L. Smith...
Overview An introduction to contemporary theology tracing trends and discerning direction in today's theological landscape.
Publishers Description This introduction to contemporary theology looks at the origin and history of each movement, their major figures, and doctrinal emphases. The author evaluates the teachings and practices of each system in light of biblical Christianity.
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Library Journal - 11/15/2000 page 33
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More About David L. Smith
David L. Smith (Ph.D., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is the vice president for academics and professor of Christian theology at Providence College and Theological Seminary, Otterburne, Manitoba.
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Every Christian Should Own This Nov 3, 2003
This book is a must have. Smith traces Christian theological concerns from various landscapes. He examines conservative evangelical trends (i.e., Fundamentalism, Pentecostalism, Reconstructionism, etc.) to the more liberal/unorthodox kinds (i.e., Process theology, Liberation theology, Feminist theology, etc.). In each section Smith gives the reader the history of the movement, the prominant people involved in the movement, and the basic theological convictions of the movement (he even gives the pros and cons of each movement). This book is an essential resource. It will be a very valuable guide to Bible study teachers who are doing a series in various movements in Christianity and for seminary students who need to have a quick reference tool when they do a research assignment on contemporary theological trends.