Christ and Reconciliation (#01 in A Constructive Christian Theology For The Pluralistic World Series)
In Christ and Reconciliation Veli-Matti K?rkk?inen develops a constructive Christology and theology of salvation in dialogue with the best of Christian tradition, contemporary theology in its global and contextual diversity, as well as insights from other major living faiths. ...
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In Christ and Reconciliation Veli-Matti K?rkk?inen develops a constructive Christology and theology of salvation in dialogue with the best of Christian tradition, contemporary theology in its global and contextual diversity, as well as insights from other major living faiths.
This is K?rkk?inen's Constructive Christian Theology for the Pluralistic World is a five-volume project that aims to develop a new approach to and method of doing Christian theology in a pluralistic world at the beginning of the third millennium. With the metaphor of hospitality serving as the framework for his discussion, K?rkk?inen engages four living faiths — Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, and Hinduism — in sympathetic and critical mutual dialogue while remaining robustly Christian in his convictions. Never before has a full-scale doctrinal theology been attempted in such a wide and deep dialogical mode.
Veli-Matti Karkkainen (D.Theol and DrTheol, Habil, University of Helsinki) is professor of systematic theology at Fuller Theological Seminary and also holds a teaching position at the University of Helsinki as Dozent of Ecumenics.
A prolific writer, Karkkinen has published 11 books in English (and seven in his native language, Finnish), most recently The Trinity: Global Perspectives (2007), One With God: Salvation as Deification and Justification (2004), and Trinity and Religious Pluralism: The Doctrine of the Trinity in Christian Theology of Religions (2004), Pneumatology: The Holy Spirit in Ecumenical, International, and Contextual Perspective and Christology: A Global Introduction. as well as more than 100 articles, which have appeared in international scholarly journals.
He is also the editor (with William Dyrness) of Global Dictionary of Theology (2008). He is a member of three working groups of the World Council of Churches and has participated in numerous international consultations. He is also an external examiner for Wales University.