Dios en pie de guerra: La Palabra y el conflicto espiritual [NOOK Book]

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En esta obra audaz y convincente Gregory Boyd emprende la tarea de reconsiderar los asuntos centrales de la teodicea cristiana. Según estima Boyd, los teólogos todavía dependen muy excesivamente de la respuesta de Agustín al problema del maligno, atribuyéndole dolor y sufrimiento a los <<buenos>> propósitos misteriosos de Dios.
Mediante una lectura detallada y sofisticada tanto del Antiguo como del Nuevo Testamento, Boyd argumenta que Dios ha estado en una batalla de...
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Overview

En esta obra audaz y convincente Gregory Boyd emprende la tarea de reconsiderar los asuntos centrales de la teodicea cristiana. Según estima Boyd, los teólogos todavía dependen muy excesivamente de la respuesta de Agustín al problema del maligno, atribuyéndole dolor y sufrimiento a los <<buenos>> propósitos misteriosos de Dios.
Mediante una lectura detallada y sofisticada tanto del Antiguo como del Nuevo Testamento, Boyd argumenta que Dios ha estado en una batalla de larga duración (aunque no eterna) en contra de Satanás y que ese conflicto <<es>>.
De acuerdo a esto, los cristianos modernos no están inclinados a esperar la iniquidad y por consecuencia, cuando ocurre, se quedan perplejos aunque resignados. Los escritores del Nuevo Testamento, por otra parte, estaban inclinados a esperar la iniquidad y pelear en contra suya. Los cristianos modernos intentan entender la iniquidad intelectualmente, mientras que los escritores del Nuevo estamento luchaban para vencer la iniquidad.
Tan edificante que es provocativo, Dios en pie de guerra premiará la cuidadosa atención de los eruditos, pastores, estudiantes y también de los lacios educados.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780829781588
  • Publisher: Vida
  • Publication date: 6/21/2011
  • Language: Spanish
  • Sold by: Zondervan Publishing
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 448
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Gregory A. Boyd es pastor y fundador de la iglesia Woodland Hills en St. Paul, MN y además fundador y presidente del ministerio «Christus Victor». Greg tiene una licenciatura de la Universidad de Minnesota, una maestría en Divinidad de la escuela Yale Divinity y un doctorado del Seminario Teológico de Princeton. Además, sirvió como profesor de teología en la Facultad Bethel de Minnesota por dieciséis años. Él es invitado con frecuencia a dictar conferencias en iglesias, retiros y universidades nacionales e internacionales y apreció en numerosos programas de televisión y radio. Greg es autor y coautor de varios libros, entre ellos, Dios de lo posible y su éxito de ventas, Cartas de un escéptico. Visite gregboyd.org para más información.
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