Charting New Seas: The Story of 20th Century Theology

Speaker(s): Stephen Williams
Date: June 28 to July 9 2004
Length: 14:00:06
Product ID: RGDL3409S

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The twentieth century has been a time of intense theological activity and ferment. It has been marked by a great diversity of opinions. Some have found this bewildering, others exciting; some welcome it, some regret it. The aim of these lectures are to help Christians understand the theological influences in the last century, and to challenge us to find ways of thinking that are able to combine faithfulness to the gospel with the intellectual openess of today.

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Stephen N. Williams is Professor of Systematic Theology at Union Theological College. Over the last twelve years Dr. Williams has been involved in lecturing in Central and Eastern Europe and helping to develop theological education there. He is the author of Revelation and Reconciliation: A Window on Modernity.

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