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Jesus, Humanity, and the Trinity

Kathryn Tanner

Jesus, Humanity, and the Trinity

Kathryn Tanner

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With simplicity and elegance Tanner sketches an historically informed vision of the faith: Chapter 1 recovers strands of early Christian accounts of Jesus and his significance for a very different age. Chapter 2 situates Christology in a religious vision of the whole cosmos, while chapter 3 lays out the ethical and political implications of the vision. Chapter 4 speculates about the "end" of things in Christ. Tanners work was developed from the Scottish Journal of Theology Lectures in 1999 in Edinburgh.

- Publisher With simplicity and elegance, Tanner sketches a historically informed vision of the faith. Chapter 1 recovers strands of early Christian accounts of Jesus and his significance for a very different age. Chapter 2 situates Christology in a religious vision of the whole cosmos, while Chapter 3 lays out the ethical and political implications of the vision. Chapter 4 speculates about the "end" of things in Christ. Tanner's work was developed from the Scottish Journal of Theology lectures in 1999 in Edinburgh.

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With simplicity and elegance Tanner sketches an historically informed vision of the faith: Chapter 1 recovers strands of early Christian accounts of Jesus and his significance for a very different age. Chapter 2 situates Christology in a religious vision of the whole cosmos, while chapter 3 lays out the ethical and political implications of the vision. Chapter 4 speculates about the "end" of things in Christ. Tanners work was developed from the Scottish Journal of Theology Lectures in 1999 in Edinburgh.
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With simplicity and elegance, Tanner sketches a historically informed vision of the faith. Chapter 1 recovers strands of early Christian accounts of Jesus and his significance for a very different age. Chapter 2 situates Christology in a religious vision of the whole cosmos, while Chapter 3 lays out the ethical and political implications of the vision. Chapter 4 speculates about the "end" of things in Christ. Tanner's work was developed from the Scottish Journal of Theology lectures in 1999 in Edinburgh.
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Meet the Author

Kathryn Tanner

Kathryn Tanner is Dorothy Grant Maclear Professor of Theology at the University of Chicago Divinity School. She is the author of Economy of Grace (2005) and Jesus, Humanity and the Trinity: A Brief Systematic Theology (2001).

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Product Details
  • Catalogue Code 299745
  • Product Code 9780800632939
  • ISBN 0800632931
  • EAN 9780800632939
  • Pages 156
  • Department Academic
  • Category Theology
  • Sub-Category Systematic Theology
  • Publisher Fortress Press
  • Publication Date Jun 2001
  • Sales Rank #55731
  • Dimensions 219 x 139 x 13 mm
  • Weight 0.204kg

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