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From Plato to Jesus: What Does Philosophy Have to Do With Theology?

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From Plato to Aristotle to Heidegger, philosophy has often played a key role in the development of the formulations of Christian theology, this despite the protests of those purists who claim to the contrary that Christian dogma is exclusively divine...


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From Plato to Aristotle to Heidegger, philosophy has often played a key role in the development of the formulations of Christian theology, this despite the protests of those purists who claim to the contrary that Christian dogma is exclusively divine revelation "unimpeded" by mortal reason.
In fact, however, human contribution to various creedal formulations of the church throughout the centuries is unmistakable. Christians should be engaged in and articulating their theology with the help of politics, sociology, history and, yes, philosophy. The message of the incarnation is that God entered into real time and space for the purpose of revealing Himself to humanity in terms that it could understand. This is a necessity if the gospel is to be contextualized for each new generation.



From Plato to Jesus: What Does Philosophy Have to Do with Theology?
explores the philosophical currents that have and are shaping systematic theology. C. Marvin Pate challenges the notion that philosophy should not influence theological understandings. This book is written as a supplemental or primary textbook for a systematic or historical theology class, and thus, for ease of use, is arranged by the standard theological categories.



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From Plato to Aristotle toHeidegger, philosophy has often played a key role in the development of theformulations of Christian theology, this despite the protests of those puristswho claim to the contrary that Christian dogma is exclusively divine revelation"unimpeded" by mortal reason. In fact, however, human contribution to variouscreedal formulations of the church throughout the centuries is unmistakable.Christians should be engaged in and articulating their theology with the helpof politics, sociology, history and, yes, philosophy. The message of theincarnation is that God entered into real time and space for the purpose ofrevealing Himself to humanity in terms that it could understand. This is anecessity if the gospel is to be contextualized for each new generation."From Plato to Jesus" explores the philosophicalcurrents that have and are shaping systematic theology. C. Marvin Patechallenges the notion that philosophy should not influence theologicalunderstandings. This book is written as a supplemental or primary textbook fora systematic or historical theology class, and thus, for ease of use, isarranged by the standard theological categories.
-Publisher

PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 308529
  • Product Code 9780825433917
  • ISBN 0825433916
  • EAN 9780825433917
  • Pages 352
  • Department Academic
  • Category Philosophy
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Kregel Academic
  • Publication Date Jan 2011
  • Sales Rank 23068
  • Dimensions 228 x 152 x 17mm
  • Weight 0.479kg

C Marvin Pate

C. Marvin Pate (Ph.D., Marquette University) is chair, department of Christian theology and Elma Cobb Professor of Christian Theology at Ouachita Baptist University and pastor of DeGray Baptist Church. He was previously professor of Bible at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, Illinois.
He is the author of several books, including The End of the Age Has Come: The Theology of Paul; The Glory of Adam and the Afflictions of the Righteous: Pauline Suffering in Context (coauthored with Calvin B. Haines); Doomsday Delusions: What's Wrong With Predictions About the End of the World and Communities of the Last Days.


His most recent publications include The Writings of John: A Survey of the Gospel, Epistles, and Apocalypse (Zondervan, 2011); What Does the Future Hold?: Exploring Various Views on the End Times (Baker, 2010); Reading Revelation: A Comparison of Four Interpretive Translations of the Apocalypse (Kregel, 2009) and From Plato to Jesus: What Does Philosophy Have to Do with Theology? (Kregel, 2010) and From Plato to Jesus: What Does Philosophy Have to Do with Theology? (Kregel, 2010)
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