Theology After Liberalism: Classical and Contemporary Readings
April 2000, Wiley-Blackwell
2. Introductory Essay: George Schner (Wycliffe College, Toronto).
Part I: Essays in Doctrinal Areas as Examples of Method at Work.
Part II: Essays on Methodological Areas.
Part Three: Essays on Alternate Methods and Critique.
George Schner teaches at Regis College, Toronto. His previous publications include Education for Ministry (1993), and two edited works, Ignatian Spirituality in a Secular Age (1984) and The Church Renewed (1986); he is currently preparing a book on the philosophical foundations of the search for the historical Jesus.
- Brings together a wide range of texts articulating or debating 'post-liberal' theology.
- Includes various critiques of 'post-liberal' theology.
- Includes two substantial editorial essays by John Webster and George Schner.
"These readings do a good job of acquainting the reader with the major characteristics of postliberalism and the ferment it has sparked. I recommend it to those seeking to understand these contemporary developments in theology." The Southern Baptist Journal of Theology
"The editors have done a wonderful job of selecting and organizing the pieces which, taken together, provide an excellent introduction to an important project." Toronto Journal of Theology