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Current Issues in Theology

There is a need among upper-undergraduate and graduate students of theology, as well as among Christian teachers and church professionals, for a series of short, focussed studies of particular key topics in theology written by prominent theologians. Current Issues in Theology meets this need. The books in the series are designed to provide a 'state-of-the-art' statement on the topic in question, engaging with contemporary thinking as well as providing original insights. The aim is to publish books which stand between the static monograph genre and the more immediate statement of a journal article, by authors who are questioning existing paradigms or rethinking perspectives.

General Editor: Iain Torrance, Princeton Theological Seminary
Editorial Board: David Ford, University of Cambridge; Bryan Spinks, Yale University, Connecticut ; Kathryn Tanner, University of Chicago; John Webster, University of Aberdeen

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