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Jesus Christ (#04 in Christian Foundations Series)

Hardback|Nov 1997
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Christology constitutes the heart of theology, since "to know the nature of God we must see his face in Jesus Christ." This important book is a vital exercise in seeing Jesus faithfully and truthfully. 304 pages, from IVP.


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Christology constitutes the heart of theology, since "to know the nature of God we must see his face in Jesus Christ." This important book is a vital exercise in seeing Jesus faithfully and truthfully. 304 pages, from IVP.

AcknowledgmentsAbbreviationsPreface1. Christ in DisputeThe Pivotal IssuesChristologies in ConflictThe Road Ahead2. The Plight of HumanityClassical and Modern ViewsSin in the Non-Christian ReligionsSin in the History of TheologyA Biblical PerspectivePitfalls to Avoid3. The Mystery of IncarnationTrue Humanity and True DivinityChristological HeresiesTensions Between the ChurchesModern Restatements of ChristologyA Reaffirmation of Orthodox ChristologyAppendix A: Implications of Gender-Inclusive Language for Christology4. The Virgin BirthThe Current ControversyThe Traditional UnderstandingValid and Compelling Reasons for BelievingValid Reasons for EmphasizingInvalid Reasons for BelievingInvalid Reasons for Not BelievingEpilogueAppendix B: The Role of MaryAppendix C: Myth and Reality in the Bible5. The Preexistence of Jesus ChristA Historical OverviewKarl Barth's PositionEpilogue6. Christ's Atoning SacrificeThe Purpose of the IncarnationTheories of the AtonementChrist as Our SubstituteThe Two Poles of the AtonementLimited or Universal AtonementAppendix D: The Death of God7. Salvation in Evangelical ProtestantismJustificationSanctificationContinuing IssuesModels of SalvationEcumenical Implications8. Law and Gospel: A Reformed PerspectiveContrasting PostionsDistinctive Reformed EmphasesLove and LawCall to DiscipleshipThe Ultimate Criterion9. The Lordship of Christ in Theological HistoryNew Testament ViewsAugustine and AquinasLuther and CalvinLiberal TheologyThe Contemporary SceneJesus as Lord and Victor10. The Finality of ChristChrist in the New TheologiesA Reaffirmation of Biblical ChristianityAn Emerging Confessional SituationNotesIndex of NamesIndex of SubjectsIndex of Scripture
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Cynic, sage, prophet, or Lord---who was Jesus? In the fourth volume of his comprehensive systematic theology, Bloesch focuses on the work and person of Christ. Reflecting a Reformed perspective, Bloesch digs beneath current reconstructions of the historical Jesus to probe the doctrine of sin and salvation, the incarnation, and other issues crucial to understanding Jesus' identity and mission.
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With his customary encylopedic reach and epigrammatic style, Donald Bloesch turns to the hotly disputed, yet absolutely crucial, theological subject of the person and work of Jesus Christ. This volume includes illuminating discussion of humanity's plight, the Incarnation, the virgin birth, the relation between law and gospel, and the lordship and finality of Christ.
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Donald G Bloesch

Donald G. Bloesch (Ph.D., University of Chicago) is professor of theology emeritus at Dubuque Theological Seminary in Dubuque, Iowa. He has done postdoctoral work at the universities of Oxford, Tubingen and Basel and has written numerous books, including Faith and Its Counterfeits, Christian Foundations Series, Evangelical Theology in Transition, Theological Notebook Volume 3, Essentials of Evangelical Theology, The Future of Evangelical Christianity, The Struggle of Prayer and Freedom for Obedience. He is also a past president of the Midwest Division of the American Theological Society.

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