For centuries, theologians have appropriated secular paradigms to service sacred description. Drawing on a diversity of voices---from Calvin and Coleridge to Wittgenstein and Kuhn---Green locates theology on a larger intellectual plane, positioning imagination at the point of contact between divine revelation and more systematic analyses of human experience. 180 pages, softcover from Eerdmans.
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