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What is the true story of God and humankind, and how does that story become a saving story? These are pivotal questions that constitute the narratives Christians tell about themselves, their values, and how the Christian life is to be lived. In shaping those stories into a coherent, intelligible framework that provides comprehensive meaning, soteriology-the doctrine of redemption-developed as a keystone to Christian consciousness.
Willam Loewe's Lex Crucis: Soteriology and the Stages of Meaning investigates that development of the soteriological tradition, from its beginning in the early church to medieval, Reformation, and modern accounts. Loewe wrestles with the great texts of Irenaues, Anslem, Aquinas, Luther, Scheiermacher, Harnak, and Longeran, offering readers a brilliant analysis that forwards compelling and clear answers to the difficult and often puzzling theology of salvation.
Number of Pages: 336
Vendor: Fortress Press
Publication Date: 2016
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William P. Loewe is associate professor of historical and systematic theology at the Catholic University of America, Washington, DC. He is coeditor of Theology and Sacred Scripture (2002) and Jesus Crucified and Risen (1998) and the author of The College Students Introduction to Christology (1996). He has contributed numerous articles and essays to the Anglican Theological Review, Catholic Biblical Quarterly, The Heythrop Journal, Horizons, and Theological Studies.