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Participation in Christ An Entry into Karl Barth's Church Dogmatics

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ISBN-10: 0664234607

ISBN-13: 9780664234607

Edition: 2009

Authors: Adam Neder

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List price: $30.00
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
Publication date: 6/29/2009
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 250
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.836
Language: English

Adam Neder is is Associate Professor of Theology at Whitworth University in Spokane, Washington.

Acknowledgements
Abbreviations
Introduction
Method and Goals
Overview of the Study
The Event of Union with Christ
"The Nature of the Word of God" (CD � 5)
Union without Synthesis
Veiling and Unveiling
Revelation and Reformed Christology
Union in Active Distinction
"The Knowability of the Word of God" (CD � 6)
Familiar Themes
Barthian Existentialism
Barthian Spirituality
Mysticism, Not Deification
Election and Being in Christ
"The Problem of a Correct Doctrine of the Election of Grace" (CD � 32)
Election and the Being of God
Participation in Christ: Its TwoFold Form
Participation in God: Sharing as Obedience
"The Election of Jesus Christ" (CD � 33)
Jesus Christ the Savior
"The Command of God" (CD � 36-39)
The Bond of Union with Christ
Abiding in Action
Perfection, Progress, and Perseverance
Human Nature in Christ
"The Real Man" (CD � 44.3)
The Irreducible Fact of Human Nature
Human Nature as Summons
Being and History
Sin as Nonbeing
The "Inner Notes" of Responsibility
The Grace of God in Christ
CD IV/1: Overview
Paragraph Fifty-seven
"God with Us" (CD � 57.1)
The Possibility of Sharing in God
An "Overrealized Eschatology"?
"The Grace of God in Jesus Christ" (CD � 58.1)
Simul iustus et peccator
The Indivisibility of Grace and Interior Renewal
"The Being of Humanity in Jesus Christ" (CD � 58.2)
Triplex gratia
Justification
Sanctification
Vocation
Concluding Observation
Christology as the Key to the Whole
The "Decisive Center" of Barth's Christology (CD � 64.2)
An Orderly Fellowship
Barth's Christology: Its Reformed Sympathies
Barth's Rejection of Deification
Barth's Alternative to Deification
The Subject of the Incarnation
"The Holy One and the Saints" (CD � 66.2)
"The Goal of Vocation" (CD � 71.3)
Life in Analogy to Jesus Christ
The Event of Koinonia
Union with Christ
Conclusion
Baptism and the Lord's Supper
Simul peccator et sanctus?
Barth and Orthodoxy on Theosis
Notes
Bibliography
Index