Theology in a Social Context: Sociological Theology Volume 1
Page count: 246 pages
File size: 2.2 MB
In the first book of his new trilogy on Sociological Theology, Gill argues that a sociological perspective makes an important contribution to theology. Having explored objections raised by theologians and sociologists, Gill explains that a proper understanding of social context is a prerequisite for effective theology and illustrates how sociological perspective offers crucial insights into resurgent forms of fundamentalism. This book presents an important, fresh account of social context in the modern world.