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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Holmes, Christopher R.J., 1974-
Revisiting the doctrine of the divine attributes.
New York : P. Lang, ©2007
|Named Person:||Karl Barth; Eberhard Jüngel; Wolf Krötke; Karl Barth; Eberhard Jungel; Wolf Krotke|
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Christopher R J Holmes
|Description:||1 online resource (xi, 249 pages).|
The inherited shape of the doctrine. Introduction ; Barth on the Protestant orthodox ; Krötke on Gregory of Nyssa and Pseudo-Dionysius ; Jüngel on Aquinas ; Conclusion --
The divine attributes according to Barth. Introduction ; The being of God. The being of God in act ; The being of God as one who loves ; The being of God in freedom ; The divine perfections. Neither nominalism nor expressivism ; The derivation and distribution of the attributes ; Divine hiddenness ; The positive character of the divine freedom ; The early doctrine of the attributes with reference to The Göttingen dogmatics ; The divine glory ; Conclusion --
The divine attributes according to Jüngel. Introduction ; Contra the metaphysical tradition. The coming of God to language ; Divine simplicity reconsidered ; Prayer as the home of the narratively rendered love of God ; The analogy of Advent and the analogy of reservation ; Justification ; Divine hiddenness ; Hypostasis and attribute ; The divine glory ; The divine freedom ; Glory revisited ; Conclusion --
The divine attributes according to Krötke. Introduction ; The theological task of the doctrine ; God's self-relatedness as the basis of the doctrine of the divine attributes ; God's clarity as God's glory ; The truth of God ; The falsity of atheism, in conversation with Feuerbach ; The clarity of God's love. God's justifying love ; Mercy, sin and the clarity of God's love ; The clarity of God's power. The wisdom of the exercise of God's power ; The abstraction that is theodicy ; The clarity of God's eternity. Eternity and the absolute attributes ; God's eternity and the final judgment ; Conclusion --
|Series Title:||Issues in systematic theology, v. 15.|
|Responsibility:||Christopher R.J. Holmes.|
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