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The energetic scholarship and intellectual candour of these essays reveal something of the tone of contemporary conservative theology, and enshrine a continuing challenge to the still-dominant consensus which seeks, defiantly, to remain at odds with the tradition. As they range from conteporary Continental theology to the theology of Africa, from biblical interpretations of ethics, the mapping of areas of current theological concern goes hand in hand with confidence in the authenticity of the historic faith.
Preface - Nigel M. de S. Cameron
3. Time, History and Eschatology: An Evaluation of an Aspect of Mbiti's Theology - Andrew Olu Igenoza
5. History, Criticism and Biblical Theology - J. Gordon McConville
6. Christ and History: An Early Version - Roy Kearsley
7. Biblical Narrative and Historical Reference - Henri Blocher