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856 Geoffrey Lampe, The Holy Spirit and the Person of Christ, in Christ, Faith and History: Cambridge Studies in Christology, ed. S. W. Sykes and J. P. Clayton (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1972), p. 123. 857 Not convincingly, Lampe ( The Holy Spirit, p. 124) claims that this. 124) claims that this position is in keeping with the Chalcedonian formula of without separation and without confusion when looked through the lens of Cyril’s concept of one theandric energy.
By James D. G. Dunn Volume 1 consists of 24 essays on Christology published between 1970 and 1997.
Volume 1 consists of 24 essays on Christology published between 1970 and 1997.
Why Christology? What lies behind our fascination with the man named Jesus, known from the beginning of Christianity as "the Christ," or simply "Christ"? .
Why Christology? What lies behind our fascination with the man named Jesus, known from the beginning of Christianity as "the Christ," or simply "Christ"? Why has Christianity made so much of this Jesus? How did Christian faith in and belief about Jesus Christ first take shape and come to the expressions that have been so central in Christian confession and worship ever since? New Testament scholar James D. Dunn has pondered these and similar questions throughout his widely respected career.
Chapters 7-9 discuss the relation between Christ and the Spirit. The largest group of essays, chapters 15-24, includes writings that revolve around Dunn's book Christology in the Making and the scholarly debate it has engendered. Chapters 10-13 reflect on key aspects of Pauline Christology. Chapter 14 explores in depth the Christology of the Book of Acts.
Main Author: Dunn, James . 232 D923c (Browse shelf). of 2-volume se. Eerdmans Publishing C. 1998Description: 462 . SBN: 0-8028-4175-9. Dewey: 232 D923cSubject: Святой Дух - История доктрин, Holy Spirit - History of doctrines Иисус Христос - История доктрин - Ранняя Церковь, 30-600г. Jesus Christ - History of doctrines - Early church, ca. 30-600 Библия.
Jesus the Christ: A Study of the Messiah and His Mission According to the Holy Scriptures Both Ancient and Modern is a 1915 book by James E. Talmage. The book is a doctrinal study on the life and ministry of Jesus Christ and is widely appreciated by members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). The book consists of 42 chapters, each focusing on important aspects of the life and mission of Jesus as the Messiah.
You're here Christian Books Index Books Biblical Studies The Christ and the Spirit, Volume 1: Christology. Highly respected New Testament scholar James Dunn has dedicated years to an intense study of Christology
You're here Christian Books Index Books Biblical Studies The Christ and the Spirit, Volume 1: Christology. Highly respected New Testament scholar James Dunn has dedicated years to an intense study of Christology. Here, his complete essays on the topic are assembled for the first time. Topics include Paul's Christological understanding, the significance of Jesus' table manners in light of the Qumran evidence, and the importance of the messianic secret in Mark. 456 pages, softcover from Eerdmans. Similar Items you may enjoy!
unfolds within the world of scholastic theology. Del Colle is a brilliant expositor of that world; he has mastered the distinctions and the arguments; he works within its logic.
unfolds within the world of scholastic theology. As a historical theologian Del Colle is objective, fair, and completely irenic in laying out the positions he considers. -Theological Studies. Ralph Del Colle's study is an important book. It is one of those books whose promise and direction are evident from the beginning.
This volume contains twenty-four of James D. Dunn's best shorter essays-written over a span of nearly 28 years and grouped here according to theme-on different aspects of New Testament Christology. ISBN13:9780802841759. Release Date:February 1998.