Bibliography question

To those of you who have already done this prelim thing:

What is the difference between a "modern" theologian and a "contemporary" theologian?

I'm pretty sure I asked this question at the forum we had a year or so ago, but I've forgotten what the answer was.

2 comments:

Sarah said...

Moderns are dead people.
Contemporaries are still around to read the nasty things you write about them.

Rachel said...

Oh, good. That was my operational definition, but I was afraid that some of my moderns might not have been dead long enough to qualify.

Thanks!

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