Remythologizing theology divine action, passion, and authorship
The rise of modern science and the proclaimed 'death' of God in the nineteenth century led to a radical questioning of divine action and authorship - Bultmann's celebrated 'demythologizing'. Remythologizing Theology moves in another direction that begins by taking seriously...
Cambridge University Press
|Series:||Cambridge studies in Christian doctrine
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- What is remythologizing?
- pt. I. "God" in scripture and theology. Biblical representation (Vorstellung) : divine communicative action and passion
- Theological conceptualization (Begriff) : varieties of theism and panentheism
- The new kenotic-perichoretic relational ontotheology : some "classical" concerns
- pt. II. Communicative theism and the triune God. God's being is in communicating
- God in three persons : the one who lights and lives in love
- pt. III. God and world : authorial action and interaction. Divine author and human hero in dialogical relation
- Divine communicative sovereignty and human freedom : the hero talks back
- Impassible passion? : suffering, emotions, and the crucified God
- Impassible compassion? : from divine pathos to divine patience
- Conclusion : Always remythologizing? : answering to the holy author in our midst