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The Cambridge companion to Christian doctrine

Colin E. Gunton (Editor)
These essays place Christian doctrine in its setting - what it has been historically, and how it relates to other forms of culture - and outline central features of its content. They give both an introduction to, and a summary of, recent developments
Print Book, English, 1997
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Cambridge University Press, Cambridge [England], 1997
Aufsatzsammlung
xix, 307 pages ; 24 cm.
9780521471183, 9780521476959, 9781139000000, 0521471184, 052147695X, 1139000004
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Notes on contributorsvii(4)
Prefacexi(3)
Glossaryxiv(4)
Chronologyxviii
Part one Christian doctrine in the late twentieth century: the historical and intellectual context3(118)
1 Historical and systematic theology
3(18)
COLIN GUNTON
2 On doctrine and ethics
21(20)
STANLEY HAUERWAS
3 The basis and authority of doctrine
41(24)
GERARD LOUGHLIN
4 The scope of hermeneutics
65(16)
FRANCIS WATSON
5 Christ and the cultures: The Jewish people and Christian theology
81(20)
BRUCE D. MARSHALL
6 Christ and the cultures: Christianity and the arts
101(20)
JEREMY BEGBIE
Part two The content of Christian doctrine121(176)
7 The triune God
121(20)
RALPH DEL COLLE
8 The doctrine of creation
141(17)
COLIN GUNTON
9 Human being, individual and social
158(31)
KEVIN VANHOOZER
10 Redemption and fall
189(18)
TREVOR HART
11 The church and the sacraments
207(19)
ROBERT W. JENSON
12 Eschatology
226(19)
DAVID FERGUSSON
13 Jesus Christ
245(28)
KATHRYN TANNER
14 The Holy Spirit
273(24)
GEOFEREY WAINWRIGHT
General index297(6)
Index of biblical references303