Creation, Grace, and Redemption

ISBN-10: 1570757054

ISBN-13: 9781570757051

Edition: 2007

Authors: Neil Ormerod
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Book details

List price: $26.00
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Orbis Books
Publication date: 3/1/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 228
Size: 5.75" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.792

Foreword
Preface
The God of Creation
Creation ex nihilo
Creation ex divino
Creation by Emanation
Dualist Accounts of Creation
Process Accounts of God and Creation
Providence, Creation, and Contingency
The Problem of Evil and Suffering
Perspectives from Other Religions
Conclusion
Questions for Reflection
Suggestions for Further Reading and Study
Human Beings within God's Creation
The Specialness of Life in the Cosmos
Evolution and the Creation of Human Beings
Spirit and Matter
Human Existence as Social and Historical
"Male and Female God Created Them"
"Subdue the Earth"
A Brief Look at Buddhist Anthropology
Conclusion
Questions for Reflection
Suggestions for Further Reading and Study
The Structure of Moral Evil
Evil and Personal Sin
Sin as Social and Cultural
Liberation Theology and Social Sin
Feminist Theology and the Critique of Patriarchy
The Dialectic of Transcendence and Limitation
Other Religious Traditions and the Problem of Evil
Conclusion
Questions for Reflection
Suggestions for Further Reading and Study
Original Sin
Brief History of the Doctrine of Original Sin
Contemporary Reflection on Original Sin
Original Sin as Our Universal Victimhood
The Voice of Original Sin-The Satan
Original Sin and Other Religious Worldviews
Conclusion
Questions for Reflection
Suggestions for Further Reading and Study
Jesus and the Story of Redemption
The New Testament Witness
Early Church Images for Redemption
The Beginnings of System in the Middle Ages
Modern Accounts-The Insights of Rene Girard
The Two Discourses of Sacrifice
Do Other Religions Have Saviors?
Conclusion
Questions for Reflection
Suggestions for Further Reading and Study
Grace and the Supernatural
Grace as Healing
The Grace/Sin Dialectic
The Grace/Nature Distinction
The Natural Desire to See God
Can We Experience Grace?
Providence and Predestination
Some Practical Insights into the Life of Grace
Some Recent Ecumenical Considerations
Grace or Enlightenment?
Conclusion
Questions for Reflection
Suggestions for Further Reading and Study
Church and Sacrament
Church-The Religious Dimension
Church-The Moral Dimension
Church-The Social Dimension
Church and Eucharist
Religious and Moral Dimension
The Cultural Dimension of Eucharist
The Social Dimension of Eucharist
Conclusion
Questions for Reflection
Suggestions for Further Reading and Study
Forgiveness and Reconciliation
Forgiveness and the Individual
Social and Political Dimensions of Reconciliation
Historical Violence and the Purification of Memory
Reconciliation and the Work of Jesus
Conclusion
Questions for Reflection
Suggestions for Further Reading and Study
Death and the Afterlife
Life after Death
The Platonic Conception of Soul
The Aristotelian Conception of Soul
Death and Sin
Death and Judgment
Heaven and the Beatific Vision
Hell and Punishment
Purgatory-A Catholic Thing
Afterlife in Other Traditions
Conclusion
Questions for Reflection
Suggestions for Further Reading and Study
The End of All Things
Traditional Eschatology
End of History, End of Cosmos?
The Resurrection of the Dead
Cosmic Eschatology
The Resurrection of Jesus-What Does It Teach Us?
Final Judgment
Questions for Reflection
Suggestions for Further Reading and Study
Bibliography
Index
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