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Sallie McFague

Full Name: Sallie Mcfague
Gender: Female
Hometown: Boston, MA
Number of Works: 10
Dr. Sallie McFague is an American theologian.

ISBN: 0800620518, 9780800620516
Keywords: nuclear, ecological, theology, god, models
Pages: 224
Published: 1987
  • Rating: 80%

In this award-winning text, theologian Sallie McFague challenges Christians' usual speech about God as a kind of monarch. She probes instead three other possible metaphors for God--as mother, lover, and friend.
ISBN: 0000814474, 2940000814475
Keywords: theology, ecological, god
Pages: Unknown
Published: 1993

A very distinctive and important new option for Christian theology. McFague proposes in a clear and challenging way a theological program based on what she calls 'the organic model' for conceiving God.
ISBN: 0664223958, 9780664223953
Keywords: theology, christian, essentials
Pages: 416
Published: 2003
  • Rating: 80%

Presenting two dialoguing essays on nine foremost theological questions, William Placher— the recipient of the American Academy of Religion’s 2002 Award for Excellence in Teaching—has provided an unparalleled introductory reader in theology. Himself giving an excellent discussion of the history and current state of each doctrinal issue, he allows the essays to explore and raise questions about their key elements—and the contemporary issues confronting them.
ISBN: 0800626966, 9780800626969
Keywords: theology, christian, reconstructing
Pages: 384
Published: 1994
  • Rating: 60%

Christian theology needs to be reconstructed in light of recent and momentous intellectual changes, social revolutions, and steep pedagogical challenges. That is the conviction of many of North America's leading theologians whose close collaboration over several years bring us this exciting volume.Reconstructing Christian Theology introduces theology in such a way that readers can discern the relevance of historical materials, pose theological questions, and begin to think theologically for themselves. Further, like other projects of the Workgroup on Constructive Theology, this volume stems fr