Okay. Okay, you twisted my arm, so I put together two articles on Contemporary Theology. Contemporary Theology is an interesting subject overall. It is historical theology that is really only about 100-50 years old. One day it will be "historical" theology, but now we have to call it contemporary theology, though I put it in the historical theology section of the site. (HERE) The first is an overview (very simplistic) of trends in contemporary theology today. It covers: Fundamentalism Neo-orthodoxy Pentecostalism Evangelicalism Neo-liberalism Post-Vatican II Catholicism Eastern Orthodox Theology The Charismatic Movement The Theology of Hope Process Theology Secular Theology Theologies of Success Liberation Theology Third Wave Movement: The Vineyard Movement Feminist Theology Reconstructionist (Dominion) Theology The New Age Movement Creation Spirituality Two Third-World Theological Directions Check it out here: http://www.apuritansmind.com/HistoricalTheology/McMahonContemporaryTheology.htm The second is more about how to think about theology, and how the Post-modern church thinks about theology. It is here: http://www.apuritansmind.com/HistoricalTheology/McMahonPostmodernChurch.htm Enjoy!