George Lindbeck (b. 1923) is a Lutheran theologian seen as a founder of the postliberal school of theology with The Nature of Doctrine being his most famous work. He taught at Yale from 1952 to his retirement in 1993.
The Hartford Declaration (signatory), Theology Today, April 1975.
Barth and Textuality, Theology Today, Oct 1986
Confession and Community: An Israel-Like View of the Church, Christian Century, May 1990
Reviewing Vatican II: An Interview with George Lindbeck, First Things, Dec 1994 (interview by George Weigel)
How A Lutheran Saw It, Commonweal, Nov 2002. [on Vatican 2]
Paris, Rome, Jerusalem: An Ecumenical Journey, Journal of Ecumenical Studies, Summer/Fall 2004.
The Unity we seek: Setting the Agenda for Ecumenism, Christian Century, Aug 2005
Book Reviews by Lindbeck
Placher, Unapologetic Theology, Theology Today, Apr 1990.
Charry, By the Renewing of Your Minds, Christian Century, June 1998
Bader-Saye, Church and Israel After Christendom: The Politics of Election, Theology Today, Apr 2000
Reviews of Lindbeck's Book
The Nature of Doctrine
John Frame, Presbyterian Journal, Feb 1985
Gordon D. Kaufman, Theology Today, July 1985
The Church in A Post Liberal Age
Performing the faith: An interview with George Lindbeck, Christian Century, Nov 2006.
Topic: Lindbeck, George
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