The Ground and Grammar of Theology
The futures seems to be full of promise and excitement. Certainly at no time for nearly a millenium and a half has the opportunity for genuine theology been greater, since the ground has been cleared in the remarkable way of...
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The futures seems to be full of promise and excitement. Certainly at no time for nearly a millenium and a half has the opportunity for genuine theology been greater, since the ground has been cleared in the remarkable way of the old dualist and atomistic modes of thought that have plagued theology for centuries. It is, therefore, up to us as theologians to develop theology on its own proper ground in this scientific context, if only because this is the kind of life and culture, and the kind of theology that can support the message of the Gospel to mankind, as, in touch with the advances of natural science, theology comes closer and closer to a real understanding of the creation as it came from the hand of God.
Thomas F.Torrance was Emeritus Professor of Christian dogmatics, University of Edinburgh. He was one of the distinguished theologians of the 20th Century who has written extensively on Trinitarian Theology, on the relationship between Science and Theology, and on the Person and Work of Christ. His work is a balance between neo-Barthian and Reformed theology, and is captured in his numerous works including highly regarded The Trinitarian Faith and The Christian Doctrine of God. Other works include The Mediation of Christ; Space,Time and Incarnation; Trinitarian Perspectives and Space,Time and Resurrection. His most recent publications edited posthumorously by Robert T. Walker is Incarnation: The Person and Life of Christ. and Atonement: The Person and Work of Christ
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- Preface; 1 Man, The Priest Of Creation; 2 Emerging From The Cultural Split; 3 Creation And Science; 4 The Transformation Of Natural Theology; 5 Theological Science; 6 The Basic Grammar Of Theology; Index