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Number of Pages: 400
Vendor: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co.
Publication Date: 2009
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We Believe in One Lord Jesus Christ: Ancient Christian Doctrine Series [ACD]John Anthony McGuckin, ed.IVP Academic / 2009 / Hardcover$36.99 Retail:
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Contemporary Christologies: A Fortress IntroductionDon SchweitzerFortress Press / 2010 / Trade Paperback$28.50
Desire, Gift, and Recognition examines both the central content of the Christian tradition that is, the story of Jesus Christ, and how he can justifiably be thought to reveal God and postmodern thought under the presupposition that both are ways of dealing with, interpreting, or offering resources for orientation in life and the world. Given this, the obvious implication is that Christ and the message of Christ cannot be thought of as irrelevant to each other. Therefore, Christology also cannot be truly experienced outside the realm of ordinary human life.
Henriksen offers a clearly reasoned guide to the reason Christology still has something to say to contemporary believers and how theologians must learn to reconnect to the everyday human experience.
Richard Woodhouse5 Stars Out Of 5January 23, 2010Richard WoodhouseThis book is a thought provoking essay on Christology in today's postmodern west. I found his insights on Jesus Christ's encounter with Evil, Human evil to be specific, to be very helpful to me personally! Its not an easy read, but the author writes very well and makes difficult concepts understandable. Highly Recommended.