Donald G. Bloesch is adept at examining scholarly questions in a way that engages non-scholars as well as academics. Holding to orthodoxy while honestly engaging contemporary thought, Bloesch offers valuable insights into biblical study, theology, and Christian life and faith in the modern age.
Best-known for his popular Christian Foundations series—which provides an accessible systematic theology for the twenty-first century—Bloesch continues in that vein to examine a range of specific issues, from offering a fresh look at contemporary Christian ethics, to providing a biblical alternative to feminism and patriarchalism. Bloesch also reexamines the theology of Karl Barth, analyzes Reinhold Niebuhr’s apologetics, looks at contemporary concerns about the language used to talk about God, offers a new approach to the relationship between theology and philosophy, and much more.
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Donald G. Bloesch is professor of theology emeritus at Dubuque Theological Seminary in Dubuque, Iowa. Bloesch was educated at the University of Chicago, Oxford University, University of Tubingen, and Basel University, where he studied under Karl Barth.
He has written numerous books, including Faith and Its Counterfeits, Evangelical Theology in Transition, Essentials of Evangelical Theology, The Future of Evangelical Christianity, The Struggle of Prayer and Freedom for Obedience. He is also a past president of the Midwest Division of the American Theological Society.