|No. of Units:||1|
|No. of Pages:||416|
|Paperback 2012, 2nd Edition||R 2,583||In Stock.|
Historical Theology" provides all the material that students will need to understand the development of Christian theology from its beginnings. A substantial introduction by McGrath explains the importance of historical theology, its place within the study of Christian theology as a whole and outlines some of the best ways of studying it.
The book features numerous case studies illustrating the main theologians and theological events for each historical period, enabling the reader to engage fully with a particular topic of debate. It also provides its readers with full glossaries of key theologians, key theological developments, and key names, words and phrases, together with an extensive bibliography.
In this text, Alister McGrath utilises the successful historic chapters from "Christian Theology: An Introduction, Second Edition" and builds on them to provide all the material that students will need to understand the development of Christian theology from its beginnings.