Militant Grace: The Apocalyptic Turn and the Future of Christian Theology
:This clear and comprehensive introduction to apocalyptic theology demonstrates the significance of apocalyptic readings of the New Testament for systematic theology and highlights the ethical implications of the apocalyptic turn in biblical and theological studies. Written by a leading theologian...
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:This clear and comprehensive introduction to apocalyptic theology demonstrates the significance of apocalyptic readings of the New Testament for systematic theology and highlights the ethical implications of the apocalyptic turn in biblical and theological studies. Written by a leading theologian and proponent of apocalyptic theology, this primer explores the impact of important recent Pauline scholarship on contemporary theology and argues for a renewed understanding of key Christian doctrines, including sin, grace, revelation, redemption, and the Christian life.
Dr Philip G. Ziegler (Th.D., Victoria University / University of Toronto) is Lecturer in Systematic Theology, University of Aberdeen. He is the author of Doing Theology When God is Forgotten: The Theological Achievement of Wolf Krtke (Peter Lang, 2006); Dietrich Bonhoeffer: Theologian of the Word of God; and The Doctrine of Providence, edited by Philip G. Ziegler and Francesca Murphy (London: T&T Clark/Continuum, 2009).
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- :<b>contents<br></b><br>introduction<br><b>part 1: The Shape And Sources Of An Apocalyptic Theology<br></b>1. An Eschatological Dogmatics Of The Gospel Of Grace<br>2. Apocalyptic Theology: Background, Tone, And Tasks<br><b>part 2: Christ, Spirit, And Salvation In An Apocalyptic Key<br></b>3. A Sovereign Love: The Royal Office Of Christ The Redeemer<br>4. Christ Must Reign: The Priority Of Redemption<br>5. Not Without The Spirit: The Eschatological Spirit At The Origin Of Faith<br>6. Thy Kingdom Come: The Lordship Of Christ And The Reign Of God<br>7. The Final Triumph Of Grace: The Enmity Of Death And Judgment Unto Life<br><b>part 3: Living Faithfully At The Turn Of The Ages<br></b>8. Creation, Redemption, And Moral Law<br>9. The Fate Of Natural Law At The Turning Of The Ages<br>10. The Adventitious Origins Of The Christian Moral Subject: John Calvin<br>11. Crucified To The World: Kierkegaard's Christian Life Of Humility And Gratitude<br>12. A Theological Ethics Of God's Apocalypse: Dietrich Bonhoeffer<br>13. Discipleship: Militant Love In The Time That Remains<br>indexes