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Fabric of Theology A Prolegomenon to Evangelical Theology

ISBN-10: 0802806740
ISBN-13: 9780802806741
Edition: 1993
Authors: Richard Lints
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Book details

List price: $32.00
Copyright year: 1993
Publisher: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 376
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.100
Language: English

Acknowledgments
Theology: Texts and Contexts
Preliminaries to Prolegomena
Introduction
The Nature and Purpose of a Theological Vision
Philosophical Assumptions
The Face of Evangelicalism and the Task of Evangelical Theology
Defining Evangelicalism
The Second Great Awakening and the Evangelical Empires
The Fundamentals and the War with Modernism
Social Engagement and Adaptation
Identity and Independence
A Theological Patchwork Quilt
The Foundation of Theology
Epistemological Grace
The Use of the Bible in Theology
Stages of Reorientation
The Strange Unity of Two Authors
Redemptive History and the Progress of Theology
Concluding Comments
The Trajectory of Theology
Introduction
The Use of Tradition in Theology
The Distant Past
Antitraditionalism
Antitraditional Traditionalism
The Private Bible
The Parachurch Church
Temporal Piety
The Mean between Two Extremes
The Use of Culture in Theology
The Power and Ambiguity of Culture
Modern Culture
Populist Culture and Popular Dissent
Theological Responsibilities
The Use of Reason in Theology
Native and Cultural Rationality
Irresistible Beliefs
Skepticism and Doubt
Internal and External Reason
Theology: Past and Present
The Theological Past
Introduction
The Magisterial Reformation
Martin Luther
John Calvin
The Reformed Scholastics
Jonathan Edwards
Geerhardus Vos
The Theological Present
Introduction
What Is Postmodern Theology?
The Cultural Setting of Postmodern Theology
The Roots of Postmodern Theology
The Enlightenment Legacy: The Critique of Authority
The Enlightenment Legacy: The Critique of Purpose
The Character of Postmodern Theology
Ecclesial Authority
Theological Realism
Epistemic Pragmatism
Theology as Hermeneutic
Evangelical and Postmodern Theology
Theology and Publicness
Theology and the Critique of Modernity
Theology and Pluralism
Theology and Liberation
Theology, Language, and the Bible
Conclusion
Theology: Frameworks and Visions
The Theological Nature of the Bible
Introduction
Redemptive History
Redemptive Revelation
Redemptive Theology
Structure and Content
Theological Narrative
Organic Unity
A Note on Method
The Redemptive Theologian
Interpretive Expectations
The Community
The Redemptive Matrix: A Suggestion
From Biblical Text to Theological Framework
Sola Scriptura
The Three Horizons of Redemptive Interpretation
The Textual Horizon
The Epochal Horizon
The Canonical Horizon
The Task of Mirroring
From Theological Framework to Theological Vision
Introduction
Theology and the Pieces of Culture
Theology and the Church
Theology and Popular Culture
Theology and the Academy
Afterword
Bibliography
Index

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