Roger Haight’s aim in The Future of Christology is to restate and expand, in a somewhat more accessible way, arguments he first made in Jesus Symbol of God (Orbis, 1999). Haight believes that his approach to Christology is the best way to present Christ and the meaning of Christianity to an educated audience that is used to postmodern understanding and religious pluralism. “My attention,” he writes, “focuses upon development in the ideas...
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