Brill's Companions to Modern Theology offers cutting-edge, advanced level research in Modern Theology by world-leading scholars. Volumes address the themes, movements, backgrounds, central figures and challenges of Theology in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, seeking to describe Christian life and the thought which underlies it. Each edited volume seeks not only to provide a rigorous synthesis of the current research in the field, but also advanced level original contributions to the current scholarship. Volumes are published in English and generally comprise 350-500 pages with eight to fifteen chapters. Editors and contributors are the foremost specialists in their respective fields.