In 1966, TIME magazine ran a cover with the provocative question: “Is God dead?” Amazingly, the question was being raised, not by atheists, but by theologians in the “death-of-God” movement. The death-of-God movement is merely one of several contemporary theological novelties that are the natural outworking of nineteenth-century liberalism. In this series of lectures, Dr. R.C. Sproul takes a close look at several twentieth century theological movements, including the death-of-God, examining both their roots and their fruits.
Listen to Lectures in this Teaching Series
- A Theological Foreground: Where We Are Today
- Background to Contemporary Theology
- Ninteenth-Century Theology
- Rudolf Bultmann
- Paul Tillich on the Death of God
- Current Theological Trends