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Christology reconsidered

W. Norman Pittenger

Christology reconsidered

by W. Norman Pittenger

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Published by S.C.M. Press in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jesus Christ -- Person and offices

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [155]-156.

    Statement[by] Norman Pittenger.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBT202 .P54
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 160 p.
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5385383M
    ISBN 100334002117
    LC Control Number72513917

      This book on Christology was much better, much deeper in analysis, with really solid reasoning. Crisp is very gracious. He interacts with a number of Christological deviations (from Chalcedon and classical Christology), examining /5. Earlier Eastern Christian authors saw the veneration of images as idolatrous. Yet from the late fifth century, representations of Christ and the saints grew increasingly popular. Official hostility also grew. In , Emperor Leo III ordered a mosaic image of Christ to be removed from the palace in Constantinople. Controversy continued through the middle of the following : Brian E. Daley, SJ.

    Although less fully commented on than other themes in his theology, Augustine’s understanding of Christ is central to his whole thought. Augustine insists on the completeness of both the divinity and the humanity of Christ, and suggests that the point of their contact is his human soul. Around , his use of the term persona with reference to the unity of Christ took on a more technical Author: Brian E. Daley, SJ. He is author of numerous books in analytic and systematic theology, including Analyzing Doctrine: Toward a Systematic Theology; Deviant Calvinism: Broadening Reformed Theology; Divinity and Humanity: The Incarnation Reconsidered; God Incarnate: Explorations in Christology; Retrieving Doctrine: Essays in Reformed Theology; and Revisioning Format: Ebook.

      The Christology of the Council of Antioch ( C.E.) Reconsidered - Volume 48 Issue 1 - Robert L. SampleCited by: 2. While he is silent as to his non‐biblical influences in this book, Weinandy shares an affinity with Richard Bauckham’s work on divine identity (especially in his emphasis on Jesus’ being given the divine name, ‘YHWH‐Saves’) and with those proponents of a Spirit‐Christology who have sought to place the Spirit in a more prominent : Matt Jenson.


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The development of this doctrine admits of wide variations in expression, understanding, and interpretation that are as striking in authors of the first millennium as they are among /5(5). Brian Daley’s recent book, God Visible: Patristic Christology Reconsidered, seeks to shift how Christology is approached by scholars studying the early church.

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–4). Coming out only a few months later, this book—originally his D’Arcy lectures at Oxford in —offers what will probably be his summative statement about the heart of patristic : Lewis Ayres. Christology can be divided into three main historical periods, apostolic, post-apostolic and medieval, which represent one continual dialogue.

A number of these arguments have been at the root of major schisms within the Christian Church during history. Apostolic Christology can be traced to the writings of the apostles, mainly the Gospel of John.

Thus, by his own estimation, the book is "more a progress report than a finished Christology," and his description of it as consisting in "essays" is apt (pp. 14,23). The title, also, is well chosen, given the main argument of the book. The best books on Jesus Christ/Christology ranked by scholars, journal reviews, and site users.

Find the best commentary on Jesus Christ/Christology%(1). Books shelved as christology: On the Incarnation by Athanasius of Alexandria, The Cross of Christ by John R.W. Stott, Knowing Christ by Mark Jones, The P. Christology Reconsidered* -A. DHARMARAJ Throughout the book the author leans on the Fathers for support for his stress on the humanness of Jesus.

In the concluding pages of his book he makes his position very clear. In his own words: 'The event of Christ is a human. The opposition between theologians centered in Antioch and those centered in Alexandria, both in their ways of interpreting Scripture and in their understandings of Christ’s person, is well known, if often somewhat exaggerated by modern scholars.

Antiochene exegetes tended to insist more than their Alexandrian counterparts on the importance of seeing each biblical passage in its Author: Brian E. Daley, SJ. Brian Daley’s recent book, God Visible: Patristic Christology Reconsidered, seeks to shift how Christology is approached by scholars studying the early church.

Or, more specifically, to de-center the Council of Chalcedon as the lens in which Christology is viewed, to allow for more space for differing perspectives and motivations in this period. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle .Get this from a library!

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The development of this doctrine admits of wide variations in expression, understanding, and interpretation that are as striking in authors of the first millennium as they are among modern writers.