All Blog Posts With Tag: alister mcgrath
Should Genesis 1-2 be used to define our Doctrine of Creation? Alister E. McGrath's excellent three volume study on the relationship between Theology and Natural Science contained an excellent quote demonstrating that beginning with the first two chapters of the Bible, due to it's prime real estate location in the […]
Karl Barth and Evangelical Theology: Convergences and Divergences, edited by Sung Wook Chung, arrived via Interlibrary Loan, and after reading it, I have some comments about the best essays in this book, and will politely skip over the ones that I graciously that I did not, so to speak, enjoy. […]
At my local church, I've been leaning heavily on Louis Berkhof's "Summary of Christian Dogma." I'd place Berkhof's "Systematic Theology" at the top of my list for one-volume systematic theologies, and this short book is a concentrated summary of that work. If you teach an overview of Reformed Christian Dogma […]
Alister E. McGrath is an Anglican priest, and long time professor at Oxford and Kings College as well as a prolific theology author. He is also well known for his debate with Christopher Hitchens, and other dialogues such as his interview with Richard Dawkins.
McGrath's, Theology: The Basics, is an introduction to Christian theology […]