Theology and the Crisis of Engagement
Essays on the Relationship between Theology and the Social Sciences
Imprint: Pickwick Publications
"At the heart of these compelling essays are questions about how theology, the church, and the wider world might be shaped, reshaped, or transformed by the irruption of a myriad of new voices. Taken together, the reader is confronted by the situatedness of all theologies, and at the same time, by glimpses of concrete hope within history. This volume fittingly honors and extends the work of Lee Cormie, educator and theologian of this new Pentecost."
--Jeremy M. Bergen, Conrad Grebel University College, University of Waterloo
"Lee Cormie's colleagues and students bring various methodological, historical, and contextual analyses to bear on the contemporary devastation of the poor. While the individual essays stand separate in their critical perspectives and contributions, the volume coheres through its witness to friendship among a community of scholars who share faith and hope."
--Kathleen Skerrett, School of Arts and Sciences, University of Richmond