Although the doctrine of eternal generation has been affirmed by theologians of nearly every ecclesiastical tradition since the fourth century, it has fallen on hard times among evangelical theologians since the nineteenth century. The doctrine has been a structural element...
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Although the doctrine of eternal generation has been affirmed by theologians of nearly every ecclesiastical tradition since the fourth century, it has fallen on hard times among evangelical theologians since the nineteenth century. The doctrine has been a structural element in two larger doctrinal complexes: Christology and the Trinity. The neglect of the doctrine of eternal generation represents a great loss for constructive evangelical Trinitarian theology.
Retrieving the doctrine of eternal generation for contemporary evangelical theology calls for a multifaceted approach. Retrieving Eternal Generation addresses (1) the hermeneutical logic and biblical bases of the doctrine of eternal generation; (2) key historical figures and moments in the development of the doctrine of eternal generation; and (3) the broad dogmatic significance of the doctrine of eternal generation for theology. The book addresses both the common modern objections to the doctrine of eternal generation and presents the productive import of the doctrine for twenty-first century evangelical theology. Contributors include Michael Allen, Lewis Ayres, D. A. Carson, Oliver Crisp, and more.
Fred Sanders (Ph.D., Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, CA) Associate Professor of Theology in the Torrey Honors Institute at Biola University in La Mirada, California. He is the author of The Deep Things of God: The Trinity and Evangelical Existence (Crossway, 2010); Blessed Trinity: An Approach to the Doctrine of God and Salvation; John Wesley on the Christian Life Crossway, 2012); Editor and contributor to Jesus in Trinitarian Perspective: An Introductory Christology (Broadman andHolman, 2007); The Image of the Immanent Trinity: Rahner's Rule and the Theological Interpretation of Scripture (NY: Peter Lang, 2005) and Dr. Doctrines Christian Comix, (four volumes from InterVarsity Press, July 1999.)
Koorong - Editorial Review.
Dr. Scott R. Swain (PhD.,Trinity Evangelical Divinity School) is Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology, Reformed Theological Seminary, FL. Before joining the RTS faculty, Scott taught at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, IL and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, TX.
Scott seeks to fuel a passion for evangelical theology ? theology done according to the gospel ? in the classroom and the church. He is the author of God according to the Gospel: Biblical Narrative and the Identity of God in the Theology of Robert W. Jenson, Father, Son, and Spirit: The Trinity and Johns Gospel (co-author with Andreas Kostenberger), and Invitation to Biblical Interpretation (co-author with Andreas Kostenberger and Richard Patterson). -Editorial Review.
- <p>although The Doctrine Of Eternal Generation Has Been Affirmed By Theologians Of Nearly Every Ecclesiastical Tradition Since The Fourth Century, It Has Fallen On Hard Times Among Evangelical Theologians Since The Nineteenth Century. The Doctrine Has Been A Structural Element In Two Larger Doctrinal Complexes: Christology And The Trinity. The Neglect Of The Doctrine Of Eternal Generation Represents A Great Loss For Constructive Evangelical Trinitarian Theology.</p> <p>retrieving The Doctrine Of Eternal Generation For Contemporary Evangelical Theology Calls For A Multifaceted Approach. <em>retrieving Eternal Generation</em> Addresses (1) The Hermeneutical Logic And Biblical Bases Of The Doctrine Of Eternal Generation; (2) Key Historical Figures And Moments In The Development Of The Doctrine Of Eternal Generation; And (3) The Broad Dogmatic Significance Of The Doctrine Of Eternal Generation For Theology. The Book Addresses Both The Common Modern Objections To The Doctrine Of Eternal Generation And Presents The Productive Import Of The Doctrine For Twenty-first Century Evangelical Theology. Contributors Include Michael Allen, Lewis Ayres, D. A. Carson, Oliver Crisp, And More.</p>