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Series: New Theology

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New Theology No. 1: Its Vitality and Variety Demonstrated in Fifteen Recent Articles by Martin E. Marty1
New Theology No. 2: Lively Debate, New Research, Analytical Reportage, and Hard Thinking Characterize These 18 Recent Articles by Martin E. Marty2
New Theology No. 3: With a Firm Grasp on the Nettle, Some Brilliant Commentators on the Current Theological Scene Assay Contemporary Ethics, Social Action, and Personal Motivation by Martin E. Marty3
New Theology No. 4 by Martin E. Marty4
New Theology No. 5: New Talk of the Future, Hope, and Eschatology by Martin E. Marty5
New Theology No. 6 by Martin E. Marty6
New Theology No. 7: The Recovery of Transcendence by Martin E. Marty7
New Theology No. 8: On the Cultural Revolution: What Do Theologians Contribute at a Time When New Styles of Consciousness, Sensibility, and World View are Advocated? by Martin E. Marty8
New Theology No. 9: Theology in the Context of the New Particularisms - Nation, Tribe, Race, Clan, Ethnic Group, Gender and Generation by Martin E. Marty9
New Theology No. 10: The Ethical and Theological Issues Raised by Recent Developments in the Life Sciences by Martin E. Marty10
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