Keith Ward's great contribution to theological scholarship is his exploration of what he calls 'comparative theology'. He describes this as, 'a way of doing theology in which scholars holding different world-views share together in the investigation of concepts of ultimate reality, the final human goal, and the way to achieve it'. This book is devoted to that theme with essays on the central topics of his mature work: revelation, creation, human nature and community.
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""Keith Ward has long represented some of the more distinctive traditions of British theology at its best - a strong and lucid philosophical basis, a keen and informed engagement with natural science and style of relaxed clarity which makes complex matters readily accessible...with volume is a welcome tribute to a much-loved and admired thinkers and communicator."
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Book Description Spck Publishing, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0281054746
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