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Incarnation and Resurrection Toward a Contemporary Understanding

ISBN-10: 0802809987
ISBN-13: 9780802809988
Edition: 2007
Authors: Paul D. Molnar
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Description: For too long contemporary theology has downplayed the importance of holding together the incarnation and the resurrection when thinking theologically. Paul Molnar here surveys the place of these key doctrines in the thought of several influential  More...

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Book details

List price: $35.00
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 418
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.386
Language: English

For too long contemporary theology has downplayed the importance of holding together the incarnation and the resurrection when thinking theologically. Paul Molnar here surveys the place of these key doctrines in the thought of several influential theologians: Karl Barth, Karl Rahner, Thomas F. Torrance, John Macquarrie, Gordon Kaufman, Sallie McFague, Roger Haight, John Hick, and Wolfhart Pannenberg. Molnar demonstrates that whenever the starting point for interpreting the resurrection is not Jesus himself, the incarnate Son of the Father, then Christology and Soteriology are undermined because they are not properly rooted in a plausible doctrine of the Trinity. Fair, comprehensive, and balanced, Molnar's analysis, following Torrance and Barth, highlights the details of contemporary theology of the resurrection linked to the incarnation and maintains the necessity of the incarnation in its intrinsic unity with the resurrection as the beginning, rather than the end, of Christology.

Preface
Acknowledgments
Incarnation and Resurrection in the Theology of Karl Barth
Barth's View of the Incarnation
Barth's View of the Resurrection
Resurrection and Atonement
Barth and Bultmann
Resurrection, Incarnation and the Trinity
Implications of the Resurrection for Barth
The Empty Tomb and Ascension
Resurrection and Christian Hope
Resurrection and Reconciliation
Ethical Implications of Barth's Theology
Incarnation and Resurrection in the Theology of Karl Rahner
Fundamental and Dogmatic Theology
Rahner's Ontology of the Symbol, Incarnation and the Trinity
Obediential Potency and Supernatural Existential
Rahner's View of the Resurrection
The Meaning of Jesus' Resurrection
Rahner's View of the Incarnation
Incarnation/Evolution
Ethical Implications of Rahner's Theology
Incarnation and Resurrection in the Theology of Thomas F. Torrance
Fundamental and Dogmatic Theology
Resurrection and Incarnation in the Theology of T. F. Torrance
Torrance's View of the Incarnation
Significative/Symbolic Understanding and the Container Concept of Space
Resurrection and the Trinity
Ethical Implications of Our Justification by Faith
Resurrection and Biblical Interpretation in Torrance
Knowledge of the Incarnation and Resurrection no Resurrection in Torrance's Theology
The Nature of the Resurrection Event
Empty Tomb
Analysis and Comparison of Barth, Rahner and Torrance with a View toward a Scientific Theology of the Resurrection in Its Intrinsic Relation to the Incarnation
Method and Theological Knowledge
The Nature of the Incarnation
The Nature of the Resurrection
The Nature and Significance of the Empty Tomb
The Importance of the Doctrine of the Trinity and Ethical Implications
Conclusion and Statement of Thesis
Incarnation and Resurrection in the Theology of John Macquarrie and Paul F. Knitter
Macquarrie on Christ's Resurrection
Incarnation and the Doctrine of God
Knitter's View of the Resurrection
Knitter's View of the Incarnation
Knitter's View of God
Salvation in Christ vs. Self-Justification
Incarnation and Resurrection in the Theology of Gordon Kaufman and Sallie McFague
Kaufman's View of the Resurrection
Kaufman's View of the Incarnation and of the Trinity
Rejection of the Immanent Trinity/Self-Justification
McFague's View of the Resurrection, the Incarnation and the Trinity
Sin and Salvation-Self-Justification
Atonement
Incarnation and Resurrection in the Thought of Roger Haight and John Hick
The Nature of the Resurrection
Resurrection and Incarnation
Resurrection and the Trinity
Resurrection and Atonement
Hick on Jesus' Resurrection
Resurrection and Incarnation
Trinity and Incarnation in Hick's Thought
Ethical Implications of Hick's Agnosticism
Incarnation and Resurrection in the Theology of Wolfhart Pannenberg
Pannenberg's Christology
Christological Issues
Pannenberg's View of the Resurrection
The Nature of the Resurrection Event
The Function of the Resurrection for Pannenberg
Pannenberg on the Incarnation
Two-Stage Christology
The Virgin Birth
Pannenberg on the Trinity and Chalcedon
Jesus' Unity with God and the Doctrine of the Immanent Trinity
Ethical Implications
Conclusion
Endnotes
Selected Bibliography
Name Index
Subject Index

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