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Gravity of Sin Augustine, Luther and Barth on 'homo Incurvatus in Se'

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ISBN-10: 0567031381

ISBN-13: 9780567031389

Edition: 2007

Authors: Matt Jenson, Jenson

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List price: $79.95
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic & Professional
Publication date: 4/8/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 224
Size: 6.14" wide x 9.21" long x 0.48" tall
Weight: 0.704
Language: English

Matt Jenson is a systematic theologian in the Torrey Honors Institute at Biola University, La Mirada, CA. He is the author of The Gravity of Sin: Augustine, Luther and Barth on 'homo incurvatus in se' (T&T Clark, 2007).

Acknowledgments
Abbreviations
Introduction
Augustine's Inward Turn: An Ambiguous Beginning
Love Makes the City
The Goodness of the Garden
Participation and Relationality
Civic Foundations: Two Standards and Two Loves
What Happened? The Beginning of Sin
Falsehood
Pride
The Will to Privacy: Isolation and Conflict
Falling into Slavery
The Call to Humility
Augustine's Ambiguous Inwardness in The Trinity
Conclusion
Luther's Radical and Religious Incurvature
Setting the Task
Simul iustus et peccator
Fuel to the Fire: The Persistence of the fomes
Copernicus Redux
The Logic of Person and Works
Totus homo: The Postures of Flesh and Spirit
Incurvatus in se as Ignorance: The Critique of Natural Understanding
Using, Enjoying: Incurvatus in se as Egoism
Homo religiosus as homo incurvatus in se
The Violation of Vocation: Transgressing the Limits of Calling
Conclusion: Augustine versus Luther?
(How) Do Women Sin? Daphne Hampson and the Feminist Critique of Luther
Introduction
Hampson's Critique of Luther on Sin, incurvatus in se and the Self
Hampson's Alternative
Transition: Key Questions
Problems with a Gendered Approach to Sin
Hampson's Account of Sin per se and the Controlling Factor of Continuity
On the Explanatory Sufficiency of incurvatus in se
Broadening the Range of the Metaphor: Barth's Threefold Description of Sin
Introduction
A Brief Apology for Paradigms
Sin Christologically Defined
Humanity Through a Christological Lens: A Closer Look
Sin as Pride: CD IV/1
Sin as Falsehood: CD IV/3
Sin as Sloth: CD IV/2
Hampson and Barth: A Tale of Two Sloths
Conclusion
Coda
Bibliography