By Donald W. Musser
Read or Download A New Handbook of Christian Theologians PDF
Similar christian theology books
Maarten Wisse develops a critique of dominant tendencies in modern theology via a re-reading of Augustine's De Trinitate. Theological issues coated comprise the wondering the connection of among God and global as participation of the finite within the endless, Christology as a manifestation of this ontology of participation, Trinity as a version for our relational mode of being and deification (theosis) because the objective of salvation.
Pastor and writer Martin Thielen has compiled a listing of ten issues humans have to think, and ten issues they do not, for you to be a Christian. This energetic and interesting e-book might be a support to seekers in addition to a convenience to believers who could locate themselves wondering a number of the assumptions they grew up with.
Ample existence. Who doesn’t are looking to reside existence to the fullest? Jesus deals us existence to the fullest, yet few people think we've attained it. Jesus calls us to be on the planet, yet no longer of it, simply because we've been made voters of God’s country. Too usually, in spite of the fact that, we get too drawn into the world’s methods.
The dominant view between Christian theologians and philosophers is that God is timeless-that he exists outdoors of time in an ''atemporal'' eternity. In God, Time, and the Incarnation, Richard Holland deals a serious evaluate of this conventional view in gentle of the main significant doctrine of Christianity: the Incarnation of Christ.
Additional resources for A New Handbook of Christian Theologians
A New Handbook of Christian Theologians by Donald W. Musser