Kantzer Lectures in Revealed Theology

Series Editors: Thomas H. McCall, Douglas A. Sweeney, and Kevin J. Vanhoozer

The Kantzer Lectures speak to what sociologist Alan Wolfe described as the "strange disappearance of doctrine in the church." All too often, biblical and theological doctrines have been displaced, discarded, or forgotten in favor of therapeutic, relational, or managerial knowledge drawn less from the canonical Scriptures than from the canon of contemporary popular culture.

The main topic in each of these titles is the crisis of theology in the church. In particular, these books confront the powerful - and not entirely unwarranted - prejudice that theology is irrelevant in real life, showing instead how knowledge of God derived from revealed theology is indeed practical.

Appropriately, this series is named for the late Dr. Kenneth S. Kantzer (1917-2002), who was motivated throughout his career as a theological professor and dean by the heartfelt desire to make theology be of greater service to the church. 


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By Nicholas Wolterstorff
POD, Published 2015
ISBN: 978-0-8028-7249-4
By Stephen N. Williams
POD, Published 2015
ISBN: 978-0-8028-3780-6
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