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Believing Three Ways in One God

Nicholas Lash

Believing Three Ways in One God

Nicholas Lash

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This concise introduction to the main themes of the Apostles' Creed emphasizes the fundamentally Trinitarian character of the Creed, which is often overlooked, and thereby the essential contours of the Christian faith. The author shows that, in using the Creed, we grow in knowledge of ourselves, each other, the world and the mystery of God.;This is a practical, rather than an academic, book, which aims to bring ordinary Christians to a deeper understanding of the words they say in the Creed.

- Publisher The 'classics' are those books which in one way or another have made a lasting and determinative impact on the fields of theology and religious studies, and which have contributed to a variety of important conversations.^SCM Classics emerge from the most extensive and influential backlist of any British theological publisher, and have been comprehensively redesigned and re-packaged. Each book offers a preface from a leading contemporary theologian or biblical scholar, who explains the continuing significance and relevance of the volume in question. Essential reading for scholars, students and general readers alike, and an ongoing staple for all good bookshops, SCM Classics have already made a major impact on the religious publishing landscape.^Nicholas Lash has long been one of Britain's most interesting and creatively original theological voices, though it is often said that his influence has been mediated most distinctively through short pieces and essays, a genre that he used to great effect in important collections such as Theology on Dover Beach, Theology on the Way to Emmaus and Easter in Ordinary. However, while acknowledging the impact made by these miscellanies, one should not overlook what is perhaps Lash's most significant piece of work, and arguably his most sustained and systematic theology: Believing Three Ways in One God, which offers a subtle and nuanced appraisal of the Apostles' Creed. While continually thought-provoking, and written with

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This concise introduction to the main themes of the Apostles' Creed emphasizes the fundamentally Trinitarian character of the Creed, which is often overlooked, and thereby the essential contours of the Christian faith. The author shows that, in using the Creed, we grow in knowledge of ourselves, each other, the world and the mystery of God.;This is a practical, rather than an academic, book, which aims to bring ordinary Christians to a deeper understanding of the words they say in the Creed.
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The 'classics' are those books which in one way or another have made a lasting and determinative impact on the fields of theology and religious studies, and which have contributed to a variety of important conversations.^SCM Classics emerge from the most extensive and influential backlist of any British theological publisher, and have been comprehensively redesigned and re-packaged. Each book offers a preface from a leading contemporary theologian or biblical scholar, who explains the continuing significance and relevance of the volume in question. Essential reading for scholars, students and general readers alike, and an ongoing staple for all good bookshops, SCM Classics have already made a major impact on the religious publishing landscape.^Nicholas Lash has long been one of Britain's most interesting and creatively original theological voices, though it is often said that his influence has been mediated most distinctively through short pieces and essays, a genre that he used to great effect in important collections such as Theology on Dover Beach, Theology on the Way to Emmaus and Easter in Ordinary. However, while acknowledging the impact made by these miscellanies, one should not overlook what is perhaps Lash's most significant piece of work, and arguably his most sustained and systematic theology: Believing Three Ways in One God, which offers a subtle and nuanced appraisal of the Apostles' Creed. While continually thought-provoking, and written with
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Nicholas Lash

Lash, Norris-Hulse Professor of Divinity, University of Cambridge.

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  • Catalogue Code 195885
  • Product Code 0334028981
  • EAN 9780334028987
  • Pages 154
  • Department Academic
  • Category Theology
  • Sub-Category Confessions & Creeds
  • Publisher Scm Press
  • Publication Date Feb 2003
  • Sales Rank #19255
  • Dimensions 127 x 203 x 160 mm
  • Weight 0.008kg

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