- Shopping Bag ( 0 items )
Arguing for the validity of multiple perspectives in theology, Vern S. Poythress explains, "We use what we have gained from one ...
Arguing for the validity of multiple perspectives in theology, Vern S. Poythress explains, "We use what we have gained from one perspective to reinforce, correct, or improve what we understood through another. I call this procedure symphonic theology because it is analogous to a blending of various musical instruments to express the variation of a symphonic theme."
The implications of this approach are far-reaching for theology and praxis.
|1.||Perspectives in Everyday Life||9|
|2.||Perspectives in the Bible||15|
|3.||Perspectives in Theology||21|
|4.||Examples of Useful Biblical Perspectives||29|
|5.||In Defense of Symphonic Theology||43|
|6.||Words and Precision||55|
|7.||Twelve Maxims of Symphonic Theology||69|
|8.||Distinctive Methods in Symphonic Theology||93|
|9.||A Test Case: Miracles||101|
|10.||Pastoral Healing in the Miracles Controversy||111|
|Epilogue: Other Works on Perspectives||121|