God of the Living: A Biblical Theology
In God of the Living, noted biblical scholars Reinhard Feldmeier and Hermann Spieckermann provide a comprehensive theology of the God of the Christian Bible. A remarkable achievement, God of the Living joins together the very best of Old and New...
Special OrderPayment is by credit card only. Orders for this item cannot be cancelled or returned.
You May Also Like
In God of the Living, noted biblical scholars Reinhard Feldmeier and Hermann Spieckermann provide a comprehensive theology of the God of the Christian Bible. A remarkable achievement, God of the Living joins together the very best of Old and New Testament scholarship to craft a comprehensive biblical theology. Feldmeier and Spieckermann wrestle with the whole of scripture to give a definitive and decisive voice to the church's central mission--bearing witness to the living God. Both historical and systematic, God of the Living explores God's multifaceted, complex, and sometimes contradictory character presented in the scriptures. Yet, whether in wrath or reconciliation, judgment or justification, suffering or salvation, God has given and shares divine life in the person of Jesus Christ. Thus, Feldmeier and Spieckermann uncover God's profound affirmation of human life, as the God of the living--the God of the Bible--finds fulfillment in relation to the living partners of his own creation.
Hermann Spieckermann is Professor of Old Testament at the Georg-August-University of G ttingen. The author of several books, he is also the co-editor of the Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception (EBR).
Reinhard Feldmeier is Professor of New Testament, Georg-August-University, Gottingen. He is the co-author of God of the Living: A Biblical Theology. He resides in Gottingen, Germany.
- :<p>introduction: The Endeavor</p><p>part I: Foundation1. The Name And The Names2. From Lord God To Father God3. The One As The Creator Of Oneness4. The Loving One5. The Almighty6. Spirit And Presence</p><p>part Ii: Development</p><p> <i>divine Condescension</i>7. Word And Creation8. Blessing And Praise9. Justice And Justification10. Forgiveness And Reconciliation</p><p> <i>divine Challenge</i>11. Hiddenness And Wrath12. Suffering And Lament13. Transience And Death14. Eternity And Time </p><p> <i>divine Encouragement</i>15. Commandment And Prayer16. Covenant And Promise17. Salvation And Judgment18. Hope And Comfort</p><p>part Iii: Conclusiongod Of The Living</p>