Historical Overviews

An Understanding of Enlightenment

By Peter Harrison

Peter Harrison discusses the various understandings that historians have given to the Enlightenment by exploring the different focuses across France, England, Scotland and Germany. He discusses the various characteristics of Enlightenment and how it progressed the view of religion through rationalism and experience but also how it gave social legitimacy to science.

The Distinctive Characteristics of Evangelicalism and its Growth

By David Hilborn

David Hilborn discusses the distinctive characteristics of Evangelicalism and its origins and growth. He explores the importance of the Protestant Reformation, Puritanism, Pietism and the religious revivals.

Enlightenment—Its Origins and Implications

By Tim Hull

Tim Hull discusses the origins and implications of the Enlightenment.

Challenges in Christology

By Ian MacFarland

Ian MacFarland discusses the challenges in Christology.

Key Figures From Early Feminist Theology

By Rachel Muers

Rachel Muers discusses the key figures from early feminist theology.

Theological Aesthetics and Art

By Ben Quash

Ben Quash unpacks Theological Aesthetics by exploring its roots, its time in the wilderness, its resurgence as a relevant theological study in the 20th century and its depiction through art.

Liberation Theology and Radical Christianity

By Christopher Rowland

Christopher Rowland discusses Latin American liberation theology, radical Christianity and politics.

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