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Self and Salvation: Being Transformed, by David F. Ford

David Ford is one of the reasons why British theology has been getting more interesting lately. Regius Professor of Divinity at Cambridge, Ford is one of a generation of British theologians now in midcareer (Rowan Williams and John Milbank also come immediately to mind) very much engaged with "postmodern" philosophy but also deeply committed to the life of the church and particularly interested in liturgy. Ford has written on Karl Barth, the theology of praise and the task of theology, as well as having edited The Modern Theologians, a fine survey of contemporary theology, and coauthoring a theological commentary on 2 Corinthians.


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