The Princeton Theological Review

 
 

Spring 2006

 

A Tribute to StanleY Grenz

 
 

Prolegomena

   
 

 

“In Dedication to Professor Stanley Grenz”

     

by Erik Leafblad

       
 

Introduction

   
      How I Took Barth’s Chair, and How Grenz Almost Took It From Me
     

by Ed L. Miller

       
 

Articles

   
 

 

Straddling the Tasman:
The Relevance of Grenz’s Revisioned Evangelical Theology in the Australasian Context

     

by Brian Harris

 

 

The Implications of Postmodernism for Theology:
On Meta-narratives, Foundationalism, and Realism

     

by Jim Beilby

 

 

Faith Seeking Understanding in a Postmodern Context:
Stanley Grenz and Nonfoundational Theology

     

by John R. Franke

     

Grenz’s Theological Method and the Commodification of Religion

     

by Bradley B. Onishi

       
 

Reflections

   
     

Stanley J. Grenz’s Contribution to Evangelical Theology

     

by Roger E. Olsen

     

Stanley Grenz, Women in Ministry, and the Trinity: A Model in Practical Theology

     

by David Komline

     

Stan Grenz Among the Baptists

     

by Myles Werntz

     

Theology for Pastors: Appreciating Stanley J. Grenz

     

by William Mangrum

       
 

Book Reviews

   
     

Review of Stanley Grenz’ The Named God and the Question

     

Review by Keith Johnson

     

Review of Stanley Grenz’ Rediscovering the Triune God: the Trinity in Contemporary Theology

     

Review by Daniel McClain

     

David Hart’s The Beauty of the Infinite: The Aesthetics of Christian Truth

     

Review by Han-luen Kantzer Komline

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