By Lois Malcolm

This quantity presents a superb number of fundamental resource files from key Christian theologians that convey ways that God has been understood during the historical past of Christian notion. Malcolm surveys the key good points that have marked theological understandings of God all through six distinctive classes, together with the early church, the medieval period, the Reformation, modernity, the twentieth-century, and the current day. She describes the old contexts and theological relevance of every of those works, that have assisted in shaping a few of the methods Christians have come to appreciate God. This e-book could be relatively necessary to scholars of theology through delivering major insights from those vital and available texts.

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