What are the major difficulties facing belief in the God of Jesus Christ in our time? How have theologians of our century mediated this faith? How does Scripture witness to meaning and grounds for such belief, and how has this belief fared at critical junctures in Western history? Why do many people of our time still find meaning and grounds for belief in God? How does such belief relate to the human person and community in our time and to our contemporary understanding of knowledge? What revisions of a classical understanding of God are legitimately called for by signs of our time? What are some implications of this belief for life and the nature of religious language? And how does full Trinitarian faith relate to what is supported here? These central issues of contemporary theology are discussed in this volume.