Systematic Theology, Volume 1

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Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1991 - Religion - 473 pages
Marked by a creative blend of philosophical, historical, anthropological, and exegetical analysis, this volume focuses on the Christian doctrine of God, offering original material on the concept of truth, the nature of revelation, language about God, the nature of the Trinity, and the public aspect of theology.
 

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Clear diction, surprising insights and fascinating correspondence with catholic dogmaticians like Rahner/Ratzinger etc, but also some clarifying notes on recent developments in systematics. Not only ... Read full review

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Contents

The Truth of Christian Doctrine as the Theme
1
The Concept of God and the Question of Its Truth
63
The Reality of God and the Gods in
119
The Anthropological and Theological Nature
136
The Question of the Truth of Religion and
151
The Revelation of God
189
History of Theology
214
CHAPTER 5
259
The Unity and Attributes of the Divine Essence
337
His Holiness Eternity
397
INDEXES
449
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467
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