Finding God Among Our Neighbors, Volume 2: An Interfaith Systematic Theology
For too many students, Christian theology is learned in isolation from other religions traditions. With this, the second volume,Kristin Johnston Largen returns to expand the systematic theology she began in the original volume.
Largen places the work of Christian theology soundly within the interreligious dialogue that is the defining feature of our time. In doing so, she prepares students of theology for the task of understanding and articulating their Christian beliefs in the context of a religiously and culturally diverse world.
In the original volume, Largen focused her work on three lociGod, Creation, and Humanity. In this second volume she expands the project to include salvation, the Church, and the Holy Spirit. As before, each locus is set within the broader context of interreligious dialogue by considering how the varied beliefs of the world's religious traditions inform our understanding of our own tradition. This volume explores indigenous religions, Sikhism, Confucianism, and Daoism, in particular.
The result is a fascinating lens through which to view the essential teachings of theology, and an essential supplementary textbook for the theology classroom.
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