If you look at my book shelves you will find the "Old Masters" of theology well represented, especially Barth and Bultmann, along with Tillich, Moltmann, and the Niebuhr brothers. If you see a trend you will see German present (the Niebuhrs were American born, but of German ancestry). That in many ways has defined theology for many. But in recent decades, as Martin Marty notes here that library has expanded considerably as new and formerly excluded voices make themselves known. Having just completed reading Elizabeth Johnson's masterful She Who Is I can say that the new voices have enriched my own theology. I invite you to journey with Martin Marty into the wide world of the changing landscape of theological conversation.