The Theology of Colin Gunton
A collection of essays from some of the most important contemporary theologians engaging critically with Colin Gunton's work. ^In The Theology of Colin E. Gunton , a number of contemporary theologians from across the world critically engage with...
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A collection of essays from some of the most important contemporary theologians engaging critically with Colin Gunton's work.
^In The Theology of Colin E. Gunton, a number of contemporary theologians from across the world critically engage with the work of this influential British theologian. Gunton's handling of the gospel of Jesus Christ is celebrated, key doctrines critically examined, and his contribution to the ongoing theological task carefully evaluated. Contributors address key issues at the centre of Gunton's understanding of the Christian gospel, thereby enabling readers to appreciate how Gunton's fundamental analysis of the relation between God, creation and Jesus Christ impacts the church's ongoing task of faithful theological enquiry.
^^In this volume of essays, contributors explore Gunton's constructive thinking on a range of doctrinal topics, as well as critically analyze Gunton's theological method and use of the Christian tradition. As such, this collection of essays provides the Christian theological community with its first wide-ranging and carefully argued examination into the influential work of Colin E. Gunton
Dr Lincoln Harvey (Ph.D., King's College London) is Tutor in Theology at St Mellitus College in London. He was previously Tutor for Christian Doctrine at The South East for Theological Education (SEITE). He is ordained in the Church of England, serving his curacy at St John-at-Hackney. He was one of Colin Gunton's last research students.
- 'foreword' (douglas Farrow, Mcgill University, Montreal, Canada.); Introduction (lincoln Harvey, The South East Institute For Theological Education (seite), London, England.). Robert W. Jenson, Princeton, New Jersey, U.s.a., 'a Decision Tree Of Colin Gunton's Thinking'; John Webster, University Of Aberdeen, Scotland. 'gunton And Barth'; Steve Holmes, University Of St Andrews, Scotland. 'towards The Analogia Personae Et Relationis: Developments In Gunton's Theology Of The Trinity'; Alan Spence, United Reformed Church, Northampton, England. 'the Person As Willing Agent: Classifying Gunton's Christology'; Paul Cumin, Pemberton Christian Fellowship, British Columbia, Canada. 'the Taste Of Cake: Relation And Otherness With Colin Gunton And The Strong Second Hand Of God'; Lincoln Harvey, The South East Institute For Theological Education (seite), London, England. 'the Double Homoousion: Forming The Content Of Gunton's Theology'; John E. Colwell, Spurgeon's College, London, England. 'provisionality And Promise: Avoiding Ecclesiastical Nestorianism?'; Paraskeve (eve) Tibbs, Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, U.s.a. 'created For Action: Colin Gunton's Relational Anthropology'; Justyn Terry, Trinity School For Ministry, Ambridge, U.s.a. 'colin Gunton's Doctrine Of Atonement: Transcending Rationalism By Metaphor'; Terry J. Wright, Spurgeon's College, London. 'colin Gunton On Providence: Critical Commentaries' Brad Green, Union University, Jackson, Tennessee, U.s.a. 'colin Gunton And The Theological Origin Of Modernity'; Christoph Schwobel, University Of Tubingen. 'the Shape Of Colin Gunton's Theology. On The Way Towards A Fully Trinitarian Theology'.