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Cross theology : the classical theologia crucis and Karl Barth's modern theology of the cross

Author: Rosalene Bradbury
Publisher: Cambridge, U.K. : James Clarke, 2012, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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An astute and thought-provoking analysis of the 'theologia crucis' and the significance of Karl Barth as a modern exponent of this theological tradition.

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Named Person: Karl Barth; Karl Barth
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Rosalene Bradbury
ISBN: 9780227900291 0227900294
OCLC Number: 847592112
Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 315 pages)
Contents: Cover --
Title --
Contents --
Foreword --
Preface --
Acknowledgements --
Introduction --
Stylistic Considerations --
Conclusion --
Part One --
Chapter One --
The Literature In Toto --
Position one: the confined position --
Position two: the extended position --
The Literature Viewed Chronologically --
Concluding the Review --
Chapter Two --
The Negative Epistemology of the Cross --
The Positive Epistemology of the Cross --
Conclusion --
Chapter Three --
The Negative Soteriology of the Cross --
The Positive Soteriology of the Cross --
Justification --
Sanctification --
Resurrection and eschatological glorification --
Conclusion --
Chapter Four --
The Marks of the Theologian of the Cross --
Excursus --
Christology --
Epistemology --
Soteriology --
Ethics --
Conclusion --
PART TWO --
Part Two --
Chapter Five --
Karl Barth: A Modern Theologian --
What is Barth's attitude to modernity? --
What is Barth's attitude to nineteenth century theology? --
Can Barth himself be judged a modern theologian, and if so in what sense? --
Chapter Six --
The Database and its Positions --
Position One-Barth's Project is a Theology of the Cross --
Position Two-Barth's Project Partially Qualifies as a Theology of the Cross --
Position Three-Barth's Project is Not a Theology of the Cross --
The Literature Itself --
Concluding the Review --
Chapter Seven --
The Negative Epistemology of the Cross --
The Positive Epistemology of the Cross --
Crucicentric Epistemology and Christology --
Crucicentric Epistemology and Pneumatology --
Two Crucicentric Motifs --
Incorporation in the Mind of Christ --
Conclusion --
Chapter Eight --
The Negative Soteriology of the Cross --
The Positive Soteriology of the Cross --
Justification --
Sanctification --
Resurrection and eschatological glorification --
Conclusion --
Chapter Nine --
Bibliography --
Back Cover.
Responsibility: Rosalene Bradbury ; foreword by Murrae Ray.
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'Bradbury's book explores the range of meaning behind the term 'theology of the cross', arguing for an extended systematic understanding of the term, as opposed to more narrow approaches. [...] Read more...

 
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