Ecumenical Theology in Worship, Doctrine, and Life: Essays Presented to Geoffrey Wainwright on his Sixtieth Birthday

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This book presents twenty essays written in honor of the noted theologian and ecumenist Geoffrey Wainwright, Cushman Professor of Christian Theology at Duke University. The editors have assembled a remarkable international roster of contributors and have organized the volume around three major themes in Wainwright's work: worship, liturgy, and mission. Contributors include Nicholas Lossky, Eberhard Jungel, Dietrich Ritschl, and Gunther Gassman.

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Overview

This book presents twenty essays written in honor of the noted theologian and ecumenist Geoffrey Wainwright, Cushman Professor of Christian Theology at Duke University. The editors have assembled a remarkable international roster of contributors and have organized the volume around three major themes in Wainwright's work: worship, liturgy, and mission. Contributors include Nicholas Lossky, Eberhard Jungel, Dietrich Ritschl, and Gunther Gassman.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780195131369
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
  • Publication date: 10/28/1999
  • Pages: 336
  • Lexile: 1530L (what's this?)
  • Product dimensions: 6.30 (w) x 9.40 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

Seabury-Western Theological Seminary

Marquette University

Bellarmine College

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Table of Contents

Preface
Dedicatory Canticle
Tabula Gratulatoria
Abbreviations
Editor's Introduction
Geoffrey Wainwright: Teacher, Scholar, Churchman, David Tripp
Part I: Lex Orandi, Lex Credendi
1. The Lex Orandi in Recent Protestant Thought, James F. Kay
2. Theology and Prayer: An Orthodox Perspective, Nicholas Lossky
3. Apophaticism, Liturgy, and Theology, Frans Jozef van Beeck
4. Lex Credendi, Lex Canendi: Noting the Faith of the Church, Karen B. Westerfield Tucker
5. Der Lobpreis Gottes und der Aufbau der Glaubensgemeinschaft, Richard Schaeffler
6. Praising God as Intepreter and Critic of History, Dietrich Ritschl
Part II: The Shape of the Liturgy
7. A New Look at the Theology of the Pastoral Offices, Byron D. Stuhlman
8. Sacrament, Sign, and Unity: An Australian Reflection, Norman Young
9. Presbyters' Ordination "Vows" in the Methodist Family of Churches, David Tripp
10. Ecumenical Conversations, David N. Power
11. Quelle reconnaissance réciproque? Les ordinations des Réformés suisses en perspective oecuménique, Bruno Bürki
12. Contextuality and Catholicity: Toward a Theology of Mediated Otherness, Richard Clutterbuck
Part III: The Nature of Doctrine
13. Infallibility and the Question of Assurance, George H. Tavard
14. Christ and Culture Revisited: Niebuhr's Typology in Wainwright's "Orthodoxology", Robert A Cathey
15. Die Ewigkeit des ewigen Lebens, Eberhard Jungel
16. Reordering Salvation: Church as the Proper Context for an Evangelical Ordo Salutis, Telford Work
17. Is Jesus Still Lord? Lesslie Newbegin on the Place of Christ in Trinitarian Ecclesiology, Philip W. Butin
18. The Theme of Salvation in Recent Faith and Order Documents, Gunther Gassman
Part IV: Church, World, Mission
19. "Separated Brethren" and "Separated Sisters": Feminist and/as Ecumenical Visions of the Church, Teresa Berger
20. The Scandal of Particularity: Hans Urs von Balthasar and the Limits of Ecumenical Dialogue, Edward T. Oakes
21. The Challenge of Convincing Unbelievers that the Bible is the World of God, Michael Bame Bame
22. Methodist Identity and Ecumenical Perspective, Walter F. Klaiber
23. Anglican-Methodist Relations: Signs of Hope, Mary Tanner
24. Confession, Reception, and Church Unity: A Story from South Africa, Dirk J. Smit
Bibliography of the Works of Geoffrey Wainwright
Notes on the Contributors and Editors

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