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Nonviolent Atonement, Second Edition

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ISBN-10: 0802864376

ISBN-13: 9780802864376

Edition: 2nd 2010

Authors: J. Denny Weaver

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This text challenges the traditional, Anselmian understanding of atonement - along with the assumption that heavenly justice depends on Christ's passive, innocent submission to violent death at the hands of a cruel God. Weaver offers a nonviolent paradigm for understanding atonement, grounded in the New Testament.
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Book details

List price: $28.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company
Publication date: 1/26/2011
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 362
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.298
Language: English

Dr. J. Denny Weaver is Professor of Religion and the Harry and Jean Yoder Scholar in Bible and Religion.

Preface
Preface to the Second Edition
Introduction
Narrative Christus Victor: The Revisioning of Atonement
The Nonviolence of Jesus
Images of Atonement
Christus Victor Motif
Satisfaction Motif
Moral Influence Motif
Narrative Christus Victor
The Apocalypse
The Gospels
Ren� Girard
The Apostle Paul
Old Testament Sacrifices
Jesus' Death as a Sacrifice
Hebrews
Israel's History
Summary
Narrative Christus Victor: Some Comparisons and Its Demise
Distinguishing Narrative Christus Victor
The Object of the Death of Jesus
The Accomplishment of the Death of Jesus
The Agent of Jesus' Death
Our Role in Jesus' Death
Grace and Forgiveness
Free Will versus Predestination
The Justice and Mercy of God
Ethics
Atonement in History
The Demise of Christus Victor
Constantinian Synthesis
Ecclesiology and Atonement
Christology
Conclusion
Black Theology on Atonement
Introduction
First-Generation Black Theology: James H. Cone
African American Particularity
Reading the Bible Differently
Critique of Classic Theology
Cone on Atonement
Qualifying Christendom's Theology
Cone and Narrative Christus Victor
Second-Generation Black Theology: Garth Kasimu Baker-Fletcher
Contextual Affinities
Christology and Atonement
Conclusion
Feminist Theology on Atonement
Introduction
Feminist Theology on Atonement
Rosemary Radford Ruether
Ruether and Narrative Christus Victor
Joanne Carlson Bown and Rebecca Parker
Brown and Parker and Narrative Christus Victor
Julie M. Hopkins
Hopkins and Narrative Christus Victor
Rita Nakishima Brock
Brock and Narrative Christus Victor
Carter Heyward
Heyward and Narrative Christus Victor
Cynthia S. W. Crysdale
Crysdale and Narrative Christus Victor
Conclusion
Womanist Theology on Atonement
Introduction
Womanist Particularity
Katie Cannon
Emilie Townes
Delores Williams
Womanists on Atonement
Delores Williams
JoAnne Marie Terrell
Karen Baker-Fletcher
Womanists on Theodicy
Womanists on Christology
Kelly Brown Douglas
Jacquelyn Grant
Karen Baker-Fletcher
Narrative Christus Victor and Womanist Theology
Conversation with Anselm and His Defenders and Detractors
Introduction
Conversations: Round One
Redefinitions, Reemphases, and Rehabilitation
Anselm and Cur Deus Homo
Responding to the Defenses of Satisfaction
Miroslav Volf
Conversations: Round Two
Defenses of Traditional Atonement
Peter Schmiechen
Daniel Bell
Richard Mouw
Hans Boersma
Robert Sherman
Tradition
Nonviolent Atonement-Compatible Conversations
Darby Kathleen Ray
Brian McLaren
Thomas N. Finger
Gregory Boyd
Stephen Finlan
Leanne Van Dyk
Anthony Bartlett and S. Mark Heim
Alan Mann
Steve Chalke
Narrative Christus Victor: A Nonviolent Christ
Conclusion
Works Cited
Index