The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Modern Christian Thought
December 1995, Wiley-Blackwell
- Clear, comprehensive account of the Reformation Movements across Europe.
- Includes suggestions for further reading and a guide to further study.
- Text supported by maps, illustrations, a glossary, chronologies and genealogies.
"Theology is indebted to Alister McGrath for masterminding what is an absorbing, challenging and first-class encyclopedia. From beginning to end, it is characterized by lucidity and authority. As a one-volume encyclopedia, an easy reference guide, this book is hard to beat." Reviews in Religion and Theology
"Ultimately, this encyclopedia succeeds because it is so much better than its rivals ... a precious resource." Theology
"This is an extremely valuable book that should be in any reference library and will be welcomed also by non-specialists who want to get a handle on the directions and confusions of contemporary Christian thought." First Things
"It is remarkably comprehensive for its size. The numerous entries provide a uniformly good and concise introduction into a subject...alphabetical organization of the volume by subject combined with an extensive key-word index makes the encyclopedia easy to use...[it] is a useful and reliable reference tool for those entering into the study of modern Christian thought." James C. Deming, Princeton Theological Seminary