This collection assembles essays by eleven leading Catholic and evangelical theologians in an ecumenical discussion of the benefits – and potential drawbacks – of today’s burgeoning corpus of theological interpretation. The authors explore the critical relationship between the earthly world and its heavenly counterpart.
- Ground-breaking volume of ecumenical debate featuring Catholic and evangelical theologians
- Explores the core theological issue of how the material and spiritual worlds interrelate
- Features a diversity of analytical approaches
- Addresses an urgent need to distinguish the positive and problematic aspects of today’s rapidly growing corpus of theological interpretation
Keywords: Theology, Modern Theology, ecumenical consensus, exegesis,  , theological interpretation, Catholic, Christian, evangelical, material and spiritual realms, Christological hermeneutics, Dietrich Bonhoeffer