Ngien, Dennis (ed.). The Interface of Science, Theology, and Religion: Essays in Honor of Alister E. McGrath: Presented on the Occasion of McGrath’s 65th Birthday. Eugene, OR: Pickwick Publications, 2019.
Table of Contents
• Foreword / Graham Tomlin -- Introduction / Dennis Ngien -- Becoming a Christian: Christian initiation in the New Testament and in British Evangelicalism / Anthony N.S. Lane -- The God who sends is the God who loves: missions as participating in the ecstatic love of the triune god / Patrick S. Franklin -- Luther's providential God / Robert Kolb -- Did the death of Christ appease the wrath of God? Luther and Calvin on the purpose of the death of Christ / Randall C. Zachman -- Freedom as salvation: Reformation insights and their significance and implications for global Christianity / Sung Wook Chung -- An Edwardsian quandary concerning the atonement / Oliver D. Crisp -- Reality? / Jonathan R. Wilson -- A Christian vision of the "end" of cosmos and life: towards a constructive eschatology for the contemporary world / Veli-Matti Karkkainen -- Christology and creation: another kind of naturalism / Graham Ward -- Looking for Overland: fact and fiction in children's literature / Benedicta Ward -- Models and cultures in science and theology / Bethany Sollereder -- Alister McGrath's theodicy / Michael Lloyd -- Alister McGrath's exemplary theology / Jeffrey P. Greenman
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