Resurrection Reconsidered

Pages: 240
Imprint: Oneworld

Resurrection Reconsidered

This collection of essays explores one of the fundamentals of Christianity - the resurrection. The essays reflect the diversity of responses, drawing from different schools of theological thought. The book then considers the resurrection in a controversial interreligious context.
Paperback
9781780747408 (18 Sep 2014)
RRP £17.99 / US$23.99

The Book

Resurrection reconsidered revisits the vexed question arguably at the very heart of the Christian faith: What is the nature of the resurrection? The first part of this stimulating collection of essays, drawn from an international team of writers, examines the resurrection itself and reflects the many different positions within contemporary Christian thought, ranging from a defence of the resurrection as a literal historical event, through to an outright rejection of the resurrection, and a feminist- psychoanalytic critique. The book then explores the resurrection within an equally controversial arena: Christianity and other religions- pushing the debate into a broader, interreligious context.


For scholars, students, clergy and all those concerned with Christianity in the modern world, Resurrection Reconsidered offers an exciting foretaste of the type of debate that will mark a pluralist twenty-first century.

Additional Information

Pages 240
Imprint Oneworld

 

About the Author

Gavin D'Costa is Senior Lecturer in Theology at the University of Bristol.