This upcoming semester, I’ll be taking a seminar on the Doctrine of Creation from my supervisor Marc Cortez. I’ll also be doing my “pedagogical experience” in a Christian Theology course—also with Marc Cortez.
Anyways, in case you’re interested, I thought I’d share what I’ll be reading for each course.
Have you read any of these works? If so, what did you think? What will you be reading this semester?
Doctrine of Creation
- Colin Gunton, The Triune Creator: A Historical and Systematic Study.
- Elizabeth A. Johnson, Ask the Beasts: Darwin and the God of Love.
- Catherine Keller, The Face of the Deep: A Theology of Becoming.
- Ian A. McFarland, From Nothing: A Theology of Creation.
- Jürgen Moltmann, God in Creation.
- Arthur Peacocke, All That Is: A Naturalistic Faith for the Twenty-First Century.
- Norman Wirzba, From Nature to Creation: A Christian Vision for Understanding and Loving Our World.
- Beth Felker Jones, Practicing Christian Doctrine: An Introduction to Thinking and Living Theologically.
- Tom McCall, Forsaken: The Trinity, the Cross, and Why It Matters.
- Timothy C. Tennent (ed.), Theology in the Context of World Christianity: How the Global Church Is Influencing the Way We Think about and Discuss Theology.
- Cornelius Plantinga, Not the Way It’s Supposed to Be: A Breviary of Sin.
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