Works by Moltmann in English

Major Works

Theology of Hope: On the Ground and the Implications of a Christian Eschatology, trans. by James W. Leitch (London: SCM, 1967).

Later also (San Francisco: HarperCollins, 1991); then also (Minneapolis, MN: Fortress, 1993). Translation of Theologie der Hoffnung: Untersuchungen zur Begründung und zu den Konsequenzen einer christlichen Eschatologie, 5th ed. (Munich: Christian Kaiser, 1965); the appendix to this edition, in English as “Hope and Confidence: A Conversation with Ernst Bloch,” does not appear in English editions but is instead found in Religion, Revolution, and the Future.

The Crucified God: The Cross of Christ As the Foundation and Criticism of Christian Theology, trans. by R. A. Wilson and John Bowden (London: SCM, 1973).

Later also (San Francisco: HarperCollins, 1991); then also (Minneapolis, MN: Fortress, 1993); and finally, 40th Anniversary Edition (London: SCM, 2015); or (Minneapolis, MN: Fortress, 2015); 2015 pagination differs from previous editions. Translation of Der gekreuzigte Gott: das Kreuz Christi als Grund und Kritik christlicher Theologie, 2nd ed. (Munich: Christian Kaiser, 1973).

The Church in the Power of the Spirit: A Contribution to Messianic Ecclesiology, trans. by Margaret Kohl (London: SCM, 1975).

Later also (San Francisco: HarperCollins, 1991); then also (Minneapolis, MN: Fortress, 1993). Translation of Kirche in der Kraft des Geistes: ein Beitrag zur messianischen Ekklesiologie (Munich: Christian Kaiser, 1975).

The Trinity and the Kingdom: The Doctrine of God, trans. by Margaret Kohl (New York: Harper and Row, 1981).

Later also (San Francisco: HarperCollins, 1991); then also (Minneapolis, MN: Fortress, 1993). Translation of Trinität und Reich Gottes: zur Gotteslehre (Munich: Christian Kaiser, 1980).

God in Creation: A New Theology of Creation and the Spirit of God, trans. by Margaret Kohl (London: SCM, 1985).

Later also (San Francisco: HarperCollins, 1991); then also (Minneapolis, MN: Fortress, 1993). Translation of Gott in der Schöpfung: ökologische Schöpfungslehre (Munich: Christian Kaiser, 1985).

The Way of Jesus Christ: Christology in Messianic Dimensions, trans. by Margaret Kohl (London: SCM, 1990); or (San Francisco: HarperCollins, 1990).

Later also (Minneapolis, MN: Fortress, 1993). Translation of Der Weg Jesu Christi: Christologie in messianischen Dimensionen (Munich: Christian Kaiser, 1989).

The Spirit of Life: A Universal Affirmation, trans. by Margaret Kohl (London: SCM, 1992); or (Minneapolis, MN: Fortress, 1992).

Translation of Der Geist des Lebens: eine ganzheitliche Pneumatologie (Munich: Christian Kaiser, 1992).

The Coming of God: Christian Eschatology, trans. by Margaret Kohl (London: SCM, 1996); or (Minneapolis, MN: Fortress, 1996).

Translation of Das Kommen Gottes: christliche Eschatologie (Gütersloh: Christian Kaiser, 1995).

Experiences in Theology: Ways and Forms of Christian Theology, trans. by Margaret Kohl (London: SCM, 2000); or (Minneapolis, MN: Fortress, 2000).

Translation of Erfahrungen theologischen Denkens: Wege und Formen christlicher Theologie (Gütersloh: Christian Kaiser/Gütersloher Verlagshaus, 2000).

The major works have recently been reprinted in German as Werke: Jürgen Moltmann, 9 vols. (Gütersloh: Gütersloher Verlagshaus, 2016).

Books

Man: Christian Anthropology in the Conflicts of the Present, trans. by John Sturdy (London: SPCK, 1974); or (Philadelphia, PA: Fortress, 1974).

Also: On Human Being: Christian Anthropology in the Conflicts of the Present (Minneapolis, MN: Fortress, 2009), pagination differs for front matter. Translation of Mensch. Christliche Anthropologie in den Konflikten der Gegenwart (Stuttgart: Kreuz-Verlag, 1971).

*Acknowledgements vii
*Author’s Preface to the German Edition ix-xi
*What Is Man? 1-21
*Humanism in an Industrial Society 22-45
*Images of Man and Experiments 46-104
*Man and the Son of Man 105-17
*Notes 119-24

Front matter in On Human Being:
*Acknowledgements vii
*Preface to the 2009 Publication ix-xii
*Preface to the German Edition xiii-xv

Creating a Just Future: The Politics of Peace and the Ethics of Creation in a Threatened World, trans. by John Bowden (London: SCM; Philadelphia, PA: Trinity International, 1989).

Translation of Gerechtigkeit schafft Zukunft. Friedenspolitik und Schöpfungsethik in einer bedrohten Welt (Munich: Christian Kaiser, 1989).

*Preface vii-viii
*Does Modern Society Have a Future? 1-15
*The Nuclear Situation: The Theology and Politics of Peace 16-50
*The Ecological Situation: The Theology and Ethics of Creation 51-101
*Notes 102-104

Jesus Christ for Today’s World, trans. by Margaret Kohl (London: SCM, 1994); or (Minneapolis, MN: Fortress, 1994).

Translation of Wer ist Christus für uns heute? (Gütersloh: Kaiser, 1994).

*[Foreword:] Who is Jesus Christ for Us Today? 1-5
*Jesus and the Kingdom of God 7-29
*The Passion of Christ and the Pain of God 30-49
*The Anxiety of Christ 50-7
*The Tortured Christ 58-70
*The Resurrection of Christ – Hope for the World 71-87
*The Cosmic Christ 88-107
*Jesus between Jews and Christians 108-29
*”Behold I Make All Things New”: The Grand Invitation 130-47
*Notes 148-50
*Index of Names 151-2

The Source of Life: The Holy Spirit and the Theology of Life (London: SCM, 1997); or (Minneapolis, MN: Fortress, 1997).

Translation of Die Quelle des Lebens. Der Heilige Geist und die Theologie des Lebens (Gütersloh: Kaiser, 1997).

*Foreword ix-x
*Wrestling with God: A Personal Meditation on Jacob’s Struggle at the Brook Jabbok, Following Genesis 32.25-32 | 1-9
*The Holy Spirit and the Theology of Life 10-25
*Born Again to a Living Hope 26-37
*A Meditation on Hope 38-42
*The Sanctification of Life 43-54
*Charismatic Powers of Life 55-69
*Life’s New Spirituality 70-88
*In the Fellowship of the Holy Spirit 89-102
*There Is Enough for Everyone: A Meditation on “Original Christian Communism” 103-10
*”…And Thou Renewest the Face of the Earth”: The Ecology of the Creative Spirit 111-24
*What Are We Doing When We Pray? 125-45
*Suggestions for Further Reading 146
*Index of Names 147-8

Is There Life After Death?, trans. by D. Lyle Dabney, The Père Marquette Lectures in Theology (Milwaukee, WI: Marquette University Press, 1998).

*Dabney, Foreword iii-vi
*Is There Life after Death? 1-59
*Notes 60

A Broad Place: An Autobiography, trans. by Margaret Kohl (Minneapolis, MN: Fortress, 2009).

*Preface ix-x
>>Part I: Youth
*The Settlement 3-12
*July 1943: Operation Gomorrah 13-8
*Prisoner of War, 1945-47 | 19-35
>>Part II: Apprenticeship
*Theology Student in Göttingen, 1948-52 | 39-52
*Pastor in Wasserhorst, 1953-58 | 53-67
>>Part III: Beginnings
*The Church Seminary in Wuppertal, 1958-64 | 71-81
*Public Theology 82-94
>>Part IV: Theology of Hope
*The Theology of Hope, 1964 | 97-118
*The Christian-Marxist Dialogue 119-30
*My American Dream 131-44
[Images, 16pp., unpaginated]
>>Part V: Political Theology
*A First Beginning in Tübingen, 1967 | 147-64
*Lecture Tours Worldwide, 1969-75 | 165-9
*World Mission Assembly in Bangkok, 1972-3 | 170-5
*Ways to the Far East, 1973 and 1975 | 176-85
>>Part VI: In the Sign of the Cross to New Trinitarian Thinking
*The Crucified God, 1972 | 189-200
*Theological Expansions of the Horizon 201-17
*Ecumenical Expansions of the Horizon 218-35
*In My Own Place 236-65
*In Christian-Jewish Dialogue 266-82
[Images, 16pp., unpaginated]
>>Part VII: Uncompleted Completions—The Challenges of Life
*The New Trinitarian Thinking 285-94
*The 1985 Gifford Lectures in Edinburgh: God in Creation 295-301
*Our Long Walk to China, 1985 | 302-20
*God—His and Hers: Joint Theology with Elisabeth 321-33
*New Love for Life 334-52
>>Part VIII: In the End—The Beginning
*The Festival of the End and the Beginning 355-63
*New Emphases 364-5
*Notes 381-400
*Index of Names 401-4

Essay Collections, etc

Religion, Revolution and the Future, trans. by M. Douglas Meeks (New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1969).

*Meeks, Translator’s Preface vii-viii
*Author’s Preface ix-xvi
*What Is “New” in Christianity: The Category Novum in Christian Theology 3-18
*Religion, Revolution, and the Future 19-41
*Resurrection as Hope 42-62
*The Revolution of Freedom: Christians and Marxists Struggle for Freedom 63-82
*Toward a Political Hermeneutic of the Gospel 83-107
*New Frontiers of Christianity in Industrial Society 108-28
*God in Revolution 129-47
*Hope and Confidence: A Conversation with Ernst Bloch 148-76
*The Future As a New Paradigm of Transcendence 177-99
*Hope and History 200-20

Hope and Planning, trans. by Margaret Clarkson (London: SCM, 1971); or (New York: Harper & Row, 1971).

*Preface vii-viii
*Abbreviations ix
*The Revelation of God and the Question of Truth 3-30
*God and Resurrection 31-55
*Exegesis and the Eschatology of History 56-98
*The Unverstanding of History in Christian Social Ethics 101-29
*The “Rose in the Cross of the Present”: Towards an Understanding of Church in Modern Society 130-54
*The End of History 155-77
*Hope and Planning 178-99
*Theology in the World of Modern Science 200-23
*Index of Names 227-8

Theology & Joy, trans. by Reinhard Ulrich (London: SCM, 1972).

American edition: Theology of Play, trans. by Reinhard Ulrich (New York: Harper & Row, 1972), pagination differs.

*Preface TJ vi, TP vii
*David E. Jenkins, The Liberation of ‘God’ TJ 1-25
>>The First Liberated Men in Creation
*”How Can I Play in a Strange Land?” TJ 26-8, TP 1-3
*Dominion through Games and the Preparatory Games of Liberation TJ 29-38, TP 3-15
*The Theological Play of the Good Will of God TJ 39-64, TP 15-45
*The Human Play of Liberated Mankind TJ 65-75, TP 45-58
*The Liberating Church—A Testing Ground of the Kingdom of God TJ 76-87, TP 58-72
*Notes to “The Liberation of ‘God'” TJ 87
*Notes to “The First Liberated Men in Creation” TJ 88-90
*Notes TP 72-5
>>Responses
Robert E. Neale, The Crucifixion as Play TP 76-86
Sam Keen, godsong [Poem] TP 87-98
David L. Miller, Playing the Game to Lose TP 99-110
Moltmann, Are There No Rules of the Game? TP 111-3

The Gospel of Liberation, trans. by H. Wayne Pipkin (Waco, TX: Word, 1973).

Translation of Die Sprache der Befreiung. Predigten und Besinnungen (Munich: Kaiser, 1972).

*Preface 9-11.
*God Is Different 13-24.
*The God of Hope 25-33.
*Look, Everything Has Become New 34-42.
*The Resurrection of the Crucified 43-52.
*Call to Freedom 53-62.
*Faith and Brotherhood 63-70.
*Love and Sorrow 71-7.
*Liberation through Reconciliation 78-94.
*The Peace of God 95-104.
*The Return of Christ 105-12.
*Joy in the Revolution of God 113-22.
*The Basis for Hope in Life and Death 123-36.

Human Identity in Christian Faith, ed. by M. Douglas Meeks (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1974).

 

The Experiment Hope, trans. by M. Douglas Meeks (London: SCM, 1975); or (Philadelphia, PA: Fortress, 1975).

Translation of Das Experiment Hoffnung: Einführungen (Munich: Kaiser, 1974).

*Translator’s Note, by M. Douglas Meeks vii
*Foreword, by M. Douglas Meeks ix-xvii
*Christian Theology and Its Problems Today 1-14
*”Where There Is Hope, There Is Religion” 15-29
*Ernst Bloch and Hope without Faith 30-43
*Introduction to “Theology of Hope” 44-59
*Jewish and Christian Messianism 60-8
*The Crucified God and Apathetic Man 69-84
*Dostoevsky and the Hope of Prisoners 85-100
*Political Theology 101-18
*The Ethic of Calvinism 119-30
*Racism and the Right To Resist 131-46
*The Theological Basis of Human Rights and the Liberation of Human Beings 149-57
*The Humanity of Living and Dying 158-71
*Bringing Peace To a Divided World 172-85
*On Hope As an Experiment: A Postlude 186-90

The Open Church: Invitation To a Messianic Lifestyle, trans. by M. Douglas Meeks (London: SCM, 1978).

American edition: The Passion for Life: A Messianic Lifestyle (Philadelphia, PA: Fortress, 1978). Translation of Neuer Lebenstil. Schritte zur Gemeinde (Munich: Christian Kaiser, 1977).

*Preface 9-10
*Meeks, Acknowledgements 11
*Meeks, Introduction 13-8
*The Passion for Life 19-26
*Community with Others 27-36
*Messianic Lifestyle 37-49
*Open Friendship 50-63
*The Feast of Freedom 64-81
*The Ecumenical Church under the Cross 82-94
*Hope in the Struggle of the People 95-112
*The Congregation “From Below” 113-26
*Notes 127-8

The Future of Creation: Collected Essays, trans. by Margaret Kohl (London: SCM, 1979); or (Philadelphia, PA: Fortress, 1979).

Translation of Zukunft der Schöpfung. Gesammelte Aufsätze (Munich: Christian Kaiser, 1977).

*Preface vii.
*The Future as a New Paradigm of Transcendence 1-17.
*Trends in Eschatology 18-36.
*Methods in Eschatology 41-8.
*Hope and Development 49-58.
*The Theology of the Cross Today 59-79.
*The Trinitarian History of God 80-96.
*The Hope of Resurrection and the Practice of Liberation 97-114.
*Creation as an Open System 115-30.
*Ethics and Biomedical Progress 131-48.
*Justification and New Creation 149-71.
*Abbreviations 172
*Notes 173-94
*Index of Names 195-8

Experiences of God, trans. by Margaret Kohl (London: SCM, 1980); or (Philadelphia, PA: Fortress).

Chapter 1 translation of “Der Gott, auf den ich hoffe,” in Walter Jens, ed., Warum ich Christ bin, 264-80 (Munich: Kindler, 1979); chapters 2-4 translation of Gotteserfahrungen: Hoffnung, Angst, Mystik (Munich: Christian Kaiser, 1979).

*Why am I a Christian 1-18
*Hope 19-36
*Anxiety 37-54
*The Theology of Mystical Experience 55-80
*Notes 81-3

Following Jesus Christ in the World Today: Responsibility for the World and Christian Discipleship (Elkhart, IN: Institute of Mennonite Studies, 1983).

*Willard M. Swartley, Editor’s Preface 3-4
*Marlin E. Miller and Helmut Harder, Introduction 5-7
*My Spiritual and Theological Pilgrimage 9-18
*Luther’s Doctrine of the Two Kingdoms and Its Use Today 19-39
*Barth’s Doctrine of the Lordship of Christ and the Experience of the Confessing Church 41-60
*Political Theology and Political Hermeneutics of the Gospel 61-80
*Following Christ in an Age of Nuclear War 81-108

The Power of the Powerless, SCM, London, 1983

On Human Dignity: Political Theology and Ethics, trans. by M. Douglas Meeks (London: SCM, 1984); or (Philadelphia, PA: Fortress, 1984).

*M. Douglas Meeks, Acknowledgments vii
*M. Douglas Meeks, Introduction ix-xiv
*Ecumenical Dialogue on Human Rights 3-18
*Christian Faith and Human Rights 19-35
*The Right To Meaningful Work 37-58
*Luther’s Doctrine of the Two Kingdoms and Its Use Today 61-77
*Barth’s Doctrine of the Lordship of Jesus Christ and the Experience of the Confessing Church 79-96
*Political Theology and Political Hermeneutic of the Gospel 97-112
*Discipleship of Christ in an Age of Nuclear War 113-31
*Religion and Culture in Europe 135-45
*America as Dream 147-61
*Olympism and Religion 163-72
*Messianic Atheism 173-87
*Church and Israel: A Common Way of Hope? 189-217
*Index [of Names and Subjects] 219-25

Theology Today: Two Contributions Towards Making Theology Present, trans. by John Bowden (London: SCM; Philadelphia, PA: Trinity International, 1988).

Translation of Was ist heute Theologie?, Quaestiones Disputatae 114 (Freiburg: Herder, 1988).

*Preface: The Presence of Theology vii-x
*The Course of Theology in the Twentieth Century 1-51
*Mediating Theology Today 53-94
*Notes 95-9

History and the Triune God: Contributions to Trinitarian Theology, trans. by John Bowden (London: SCM, 1991).

Later (New York: Crossroad, 1992). Translation of  In der Geschichte des dreieinigen Gottes. Beiträge zur trinitarischen Theologie (Munich: Kaiser, 1991).

*Preface ix
*Books by Jürgen Moltmann x
*Introduction: Some Questions about the Doctrine of the Trinity Today xi-xix
*”I Believe in God the Father”: Patriarchal or Non-Patriarchal Talk of God? 1-18
*The Motherly Father and the Power of His Mercy 19-25
*The Question of Theodicy and the Pain of God 26-30
*”I Believe in Jesus Christ, the Only Son of God”: Brotherly Talk of Christ 31-43
*Justice for Victims and Perpetrators 44-56
*”The Fellowship of the Holy Spirit”: On Trinitarian Pneumatology 57-69
*”Come Holy Spirit – Renew the Whole Creation” 70-9
*The Inviting Unity of the Triune God 80-9
*Christian Hope – Messianic or Transcendent?: A Theological Conversation with Joachim of Fiore and Thomas Aquinas 91-109
*Being a Christian, Being Human and the Kingdom of God 110-24
*Creation, Covenant and Glory: A Conversation on Karl Barth’s Doctrine of Creation 125-42
*”Where There Is Hope, There Is Religion” (Ernst Bloch): The Philosophy and Theology of Hope 143-55
*”What God Would He Be Who Came Only from Outside…?” In Memory of Giordano Bruno 156-64
*My Theological Career 165-82
*Notes 183-97
*Abbreviations 198
*Index of Biblical References 199-200
*Index of Names 201-4

Theology and the Future of the Modern World, Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada, Pittsburgh, PA, 1995

God for a Secular Society: The Public Relevance of Theology, trans. by Margaret Kohl (London: SCM, 1999); or (Minneapolis, MN: Fortress, 1999).

*Preface 1-2
>>Theology and Politics
*Theology in the Project of Modernity 5-23
*Covenant or Leviathan? Political Theology at the Beginning of Modern Times 24-45
*Political Theology and the Theology of Liberation 46-70
>>Theology in the Changing Values of the Modern World
*Christian Faith in the Changing Values of the Modern World 73-91
*The Destruction and Liberation of the Earth: Ecological Theology 92-116
*Human Rights — Rights of Humanity — Rights of the Earth 117-34
*The Knowing of the Other and the Community of the Different 135-52
*Freedom in Community between Globalization and Individualism: Market Value and Human Dignity 153-66
>>Theology and Religion
*The Pit — Where Was God? Jewish and Christian Theology after Auschwitz 169-90
*Protestantism: ‘The Religion of Freedom’ 191-208
*Liberalism and Fundamentalism in the Modern Era 209-25
*Dialogue or Mission? Christianity and the Religions in an Endangered World 226-44
*Theology for the Church and the Kingdom of God in the Modern University 245-59
*Notes 260-82
*Bibliographical Details of Chapters 283-5
*Index 286-92

Science and Wisdom, trans. by Margaret Kohl (London: SCM, 2003); or (Minneapolis, MN: Fortress, 2003).

Translation of Wissenschaft und Weisheit: Zum Gesprüch zwischen Naturwissenschaft und Theologie (Gütersloh: Christian Kaiser, 2003).

*Preface xi-xiii
*Theology in the World of the Modern Sciences 1-23
*Theologians and Scientists on the Way to Wisdom 24-9
*Creation As an Open System 33-53
*God’s Self-Restriction and the History of the Universe 54-84
*What Is Time and How Do We Experience It? 85-97
*The Origin and the Completion of Time in the Primordial and in the Eschatological Moment 98-110
*God and Space 111-26
*Humane Ethics and the Ethos of Biomedical Progress 129-40
*Science and Wisdom 141-57
*”From the Closed World to the Infinite Universe” 158-71
*Tao – The Chinese Mystery of the World 172-93
*Notes 194-211
*Previous Publication [bibliographical data for essays collected here] 212-3
*Index of Names 215-9

In the End the Beginning, SCM, London, 2004

Sun of Righteousness, Arise! God’s Future for Humanity and the World, trans. by Margaret Kohl (Minneapolis, MN: Fortress, 2010).

Translation of Sein Name ist Gerechtigkeit: Neue Beiträge zur christlichen Gotteslehre (Gütersloh: Gütersloher Verlaghaus, 2009).

*Preface 1-5
>>The Future of Christianity [with text] 8
*The Christian World 9-16
*The Rebirth of the Church 17-27
*Hope for the Kingdom of God 29-34
>>The God of Resurrection: Christ’s Resurrection—The Resurrection of the Body—The Resurrection of Nature
*In the End the Beginning 37-41
*The Raising of Jesus 43-57
*The Resurrection of the Body 59-66
*The Resurrection of Nature: The New Creation of All Things 67-73
*Life against Death 75-7
*God’s Kingdom Is the Kingdom of the Resurrection on Earth 79-82
>>God Is Righteousness and Justice
*No Monotheism Is Like Another: The Dissolution of an Inappropriate Term 85-100
*Shekinah: The Mystery of God’s Presence in Judaism and Christianity 101-15
*Psalm 82: Righteousness and Justice—The Measure of the Gods 117-26
*Sun of Righteousness: The Gospel about Judgment and the New Creation of All Things 127-48
*The Triune God 149-69
*Face to Face: A Meditation on the Seeing of God 171-86
>>God in Nature
*Natural Science and the Hermeneutics of Nature 189-208
*The Theory of Evolution and Christian Theology: From “the War of Nature” to Natural Cooperation and from “the Struggle for Existence” to Mutual Recognition 209-23
*Notes 225-47
*Index 249-54

Ethics of Hope, Fortress, Minneapolis, 2012

Jürgen Moltmann: Collected Readings, Fortress, Minneapolis, 2014

The Living God and the Fullness of Life, Westminster John Knox, Louisville, KY, 2015

Co-Authored Works

“The Lordship of Christ and Human Society,” in Jürgen Moltmann and Jürgen Weissbach, Two Studies in the Theology of Bonhoeffer, trans. by Reginald H. Fuller and Ilse Fuller, pp.19-94 (New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1967).

Jürgen Moltmann and Johann Baptist Metz, Meditations on the Passion: Two Meditations on Mark 8:31-38, trans. by Edmund College (New York: Paulist, 1979).

Later (Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock, 2012).

*Metz and Moltmann, Foreword vii
*Moltmann, The Passion of the Son of Man and His Call to Follow Him 1-21
*Metz, Messianic History as the Story of the Passion, 23-39

God–His and Hers, Crossroad, New York, 1981

Pinchas Lapide and Jürgen Moltmann, Jewish Monotheism and Christian Trinitarian Doctyine: A Dialogue by Pinchas Lapide and Jürgen Moltmann, trans. by Leonard Swidler (Philadelphia, PA: Fortress, 1981).

Later also (Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock, 2002). Translation of Jüdischer Monotheismus, christliche Trinitätslehre: Ein Gespräch (Munich: Kaiser, 1979).

*Leonard Swidler, Foreword 7-15
*Jacob B. Agus, Foreword 17-24
*Lapide, Jewish Monotheism 25-44
*Moltmann, The Christian Doctrine of the Trinity 45-57
*Lapide and Moltmann, Dialogue 59-79
*Lapide and Moltmann, The Quality of the Messiah 81-6
*Lapide and Moltmann, The Positive Meaning of the Jewish No To the Messiahship of Jesus 87-90
*Moltmann and Lapide, A Common Declaration 91-3

Elisabeth Moltmann-Wendel and Jürgen Moltmann, Humanity in God (New York: Pilgrim, 1983).

*Illustrations vii-viii
*Charles S. McCoy and Marjorie Casebier McCoy, Foreword ix-xiii
*Moltmann-Wendel and Moltmann, Preface xv-xvi
>>Moltmann-Wendel, Woman Experiencing God
*Mary Magdalene—An Example of Patriarchal Distortion of History 3-16
*Martha—A Forgotten Medieval Tradition 17-34
*Christianity between Patriarchy and Matriarchy 35-50
>>Moltmann, God with a Human Face
*Brief Explanation of Illustrations 53-4
*God Means Freedom 55-69
*The Trinitarian Story of Jesus 70-89
*The Social Understanding of the Trinity 90-106
>>Moltmann-Wendel and Moltmann, Becoming Human in New Community
*Becoming Human in New Community 109-25
*Notes 127-33

G. Mcleod Bryan, ed., Communities of Faith and Radical Discipleship, Luce Program on Religion and Social Crisis 2 (Macon, GA: Mercer University Press, 1986).

*Carlton T. Mitchell, Preface vii-ix
*G. Mcleod Bryan, Introduction 1-2
*Miroslav Volf, An Interview with Jürgen Moltmann 5-12
*Moltmann, Political Discipleship of Christ Today 15-31
*Earl Shaw, Beyond Political Theology 35-67
*George Williamson, Politics is Law 71-104
*Leon P. Spencer, Radical Discipleship and the African Church: Historical Reflections 107-11
*William Miller, The Unsettled Family Pond: A New Direction for Radical Discipleship 115-23
*Contributors 125
*Index 127-8

Miroslav Volf, ed., A Passion for God’s Reign: Theology, Christian Learning, and the Christian Self (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 1998).

*Volf, Introduction vi-viii
*Moltmann, Theology in the Project of the Modern World 1-21
*Moltmann, Christianity and the Revaluation of the Values of Modernity and of the Western World 23-43
*Moltmann, Theology for Christ’s Church and the Kingdom of God in Modern Society 45-64
*Nicholas Wolterstorff, Public Theology or Christian Learning? 65-87
*Ellen T. Charry, The Crisis of Modernity and the Christian Self 89-112

Passion for God: Theology in Two Voices, Westminster John Knox, Louisville, KY, 2003

Willard M. Swartley, Politics of Discipleship and Discipleship in Politics: Jürgen Moltmann Lectures in Dialogue with Mennonite Scholars (Eugene, OR: Cascade, 2006).