Sarah Coakley and the Future of Systematic Theology
Luther and Liberation recovers the liberating and revolutionary impact of Luther's theology, read afresh from the perspective of the Latin American context. The work examines with fresh vigor Luther's central theological commitments, such as his doctrine of God, Christology, justification, hermeneutics, and ecclesiology, and his forays into economics, politics, education, violence, and war. This new edition greatly expands the original text with fresh scholarship and contains several new chapters on Luther's doctrine of God, the sacraments, his controversial perspective on Judaism, and a comparative account of Latin American liberation theology.
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Table Of Contents
- 1. Exegetical Mysticism: Scripture, Paideia, And The Spiritual Senses-benjamin Myers; 2. The "how" Of Transformation In Levinas And Coakley-annette Pierdziwol; 3. Sacrifice Regained In The Light Of God, Sexuality, And The Self And "flesh And Blood": Objections And Replies, Or How I Changed My Mind-eugene F. Rogers Jr.; 4. Getting Lost At Sea? Apophasis, Antisociality, And The (in-)stability Of Academic Theology-brandy R. Daniels; 5. The Body And The Body Of The Church: Coakley, Yoder, And The Imitation Of Christ-myles Werntz; 6. The Winnowing And Hallowing Of Doctrine: Extending The Program Of The Father Of Modern Theology?-nicola Hoggard Creegan; 7. Why Kenoticism Rests On A Mistake: Reflections On The Christologies Of Sarah Coakley And Gregory Of Nyssa-dennis W. Lowers; 8. Sarah Coakley And The Prayers Of The Digital Body Of Christ-matthew John Paul Tan; 9. Sarah Coakley's Silence: Power, Sin, And Epistemic Transformation - Janice Mcrandal; 10. From Evelyn Underhill To Sarah Coakley: Women Teaching Theology And The English Context-stephen Burns.