is a two-volume survey of the twelve major loci of Christian doctrine, each treated extensively in terms of its biblical foundations, historical tradition, and contemporary significance. From the perspective of the Lutheran tradition, and in view of the unique questions and issues of the American context, each locus is developed independent of the others by six theologians, themselves influenced by divergent theological movements. Volume one contains the following contributors:
And covers the following Loci (1-6):
- Carl Braaten
- Paul R. Sponheim
- Gerhard Forde
- Philip Hefner
- Robert Jenson
- Hans Schwartz
First Locus: Prolegommena to Christian Dogmatics
Second Locus: The Triune God
Third Locus: The Knowledge of God
Fourth Locus: The Creation
Fifth Locus: Sin and Evil
Sixth Locus: The Person of Jesus Christ
Volume 1 discusses dogmatics, the Trinity, the identity of God, creation, sin, and Christology.
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