In his book A Theology of Word and Spirit: Authority and Method in Theology, Donald Bloesch offers a typology of contemporary theology:-
1. A theology of restoration that attacks modernity without serious engagement with it (Warfield, Carl Henry, Tom Oden).
2. A theology of accommodation that seeks to forge a unity between secular and religious wisdom (Schleiermacher, David Tracy, John Hick).
3. A theology of correlation that seeks a new synthesis between Christian faith and modern claims (Tillich, Kung, Pannenberg).
4. A theology of confrontation that does not ignore modern issues but calls them into question on the basis of the core Christian message (Calvin, Barth, Kuyper).
Timothy George, review in Christianity Today, 20/6/94.