In spite of all the recent developments within the fields of cultural and intellectual history, much contemporary theology suffers from a rationalistic conception of doctrinal history. Few theologians today would be willing to speak of a linear "development" of doctrine; but the assumption that there is a relatively stable Christian tradition, moving through history with its own immanent doctrinal "grammar", remains entrenched in some of the most influential contemporary theologies.
|Title of host publication||On Rowan Williams Critical Essays|
|Place of Publication||Eugene, OR, USA|
|Publisher||Wipf & Stock Publishers|
|Number of pages||21|
|Publication status||Published - 2009|