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Analytic Theology was an accident waiting to happen. For most of the twentieth century Anglo-American analytic philosophy was systematically hostile to theology. With the revival of philosophy of religion (at Oxford with Basil Mitchell and at Notre Dame with Alvin Plantinga) it was clear that a new day had arrived. Then philosophers began work on specific Christian doctrine. The latest development is the arrival of an exciting new movement where the skills and resources of analytic theology are available to theology. William J. Abraham's essay sets the table; the ensuing bibliography provides a salutary menu. William J. Abraham is Albert Cook Outler Professor of Wesley Studies and Altshuler Distinguished Teaching Professor at Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University, Texas, United States. Published by Highland Loch Press, Dallas, Texas, in association with Wordsmith Academic Press.