Toward The Future Of Reformed Theology

Toward The Future Of Reformed Theology

by David Willis
     
 

ISBN-10: 0802844677

ISBN-13: 9780802844675

Pub. Date: 12/23/1998

Publisher: Eerdmans, William B. Publishing Company

Toward the Future of Reformed Theology brings together the voices of leading contemporary Reformed theologians from around the world, providing a unique summary of the range and wealth of Reformed theology today and exploring its potential for the future. These thirty-one engaging essays consider the task of Reformed theology in the modern world, give Reformed

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Toward the Future of Reformed Theology brings together the voices of leading contemporary Reformed theologians from around the world, providing a unique summary of the range and wealth of Reformed theology today and exploring its potential for the future. These thirty-one engaging essays consider the task of Reformed theology in the modern world, give Reformed perspectives on key theological themes, and suggest fruitful present-day trajectories of Reformed thought from the past.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780802844675
Publisher:
Eerdmans, William B. Publishing Company
Publication date:
12/23/1998
Pages:
552
Product dimensions:
1.23(w) x 6.00(h) x 9.00(d)

Table of Contents

    INTRODUCTION

    Toward the Future of Reformed Theology
    David Willis (Princeton) and Michael Welker (Heidelberg)

    PART 1: TASKS AND CONTEXTS

  1. Tradition in the Modern World: The Reformed Habit of Mind
    Brian Gerrish (Richmond)
  2. The Catholicity of Reformed Theology
    Janos Pasztor (Budapest)
  3. Reformed Theology in East and West
    Nobuo Watanabe (Tokyo)
  4. Christian Theology: Toward an Asian Reconstruction
    Choan-Seng Song (Berkeley)
  5. The Challenge to Reformed Theology: A Perspective from Myanmar
    Edmund Za Bik (Yangon)
  6. The Ecumenical Responsibility of Reformed Theology: The Case of Egypt
    Wafiq Wahba (Cairo)
  7. Toward a Reformed Theology of Liberation: A Retrieval of Reformed Symbols in the Struggle for Justice
    John de Gruchy (Cape Town)
  8. Theologia Reformata et Semper Reformanda
    Jürgen Moltmann (Tübingen)
  9. Travail and Mission: Theology Reformed according to God's Word at the Beginning of the Third Millennium
    Michael Welker (Heidelberg)
  10. Potential Contributions of Reformed Theology to Ecumenical Discussion and Praxis
    Beatriz Melano (Buenos Aires)
  11. The Substance of Faith
    Thomas Torrance (Edinburgh)
  12. The Ecumenical Future of Reformed Theology
    David Willis (Princeton)
  13. The Vulnerability of God
    William Placher (Crawfordsville)
  14. The Logic of Faith
    Alexander McKelway (Davidson)
  15. Toward a New Typology of Reformed Doctrines of Atonement
    Leanne Van Dyk (Holland)
  16. The Notae Ecclesiae: A Reformed Perspective
    Christian Link (Bochum)
  17. The Church -Mother of the Believers
    Lukas Vischer (Geneva)
  18. Presbytery and Leadership in the Church
    Walter Herrenbrück (Leer)
  19. Reformed Theology and Medical Ethics: Death, Vocation, and the Suspension of Life Support
    Nancy Duff (Princeton)
  20. PART 3: TRADITIONS AND PRACTICES

  21. The Contemporary Relevance of Calvin's Theology
    Hans-Joachim Kraus (Göttingen)
  22. Calvin's Theological Realism and the Lasting Influence of His Theology
    John Leith (Richmond)
  23. Revelation and Experience in Calvin's Theology
    Willem Balke (Amsterdam)
  24. The Contemporary Relevance of Calvin's Social Ethics
    Hans-Helmut Esser (Münster)
  25. The Incarnation and the Sacramental Word: Calvin's and Schleiermacher's Sermons on Luke 2
    Dawn DeVries (Richmond)
  26. Radical and Reformed: The Ecumenical Contribution of the Czech Reformation
    Jan Milic Lochman (Basel)
  27. Some Distinctive Contributions of the Dutch-American Reformed Tradition
    John Hesselink (Holland)
  28. Jonathan Edwards's Dispositional Conception of the Trinity: A Resource for Contemporary Reformed Theology
    Sang Hyun Lee (Princeton)
  29. The Future of Reformed Theology: Some Lessons from Jonathan Edwards
    Amy Plantinga Pauw (Louisville)
  30. The Sum of the Gospel: The Doctrine of Election in the Theologies of Alexander Schweizer and Karl Barth
    Bruce McCormack (Princeton)
  31. Reforming the Theology and Practice of Baptism: The Challenge of Karl Barth
    Daniel Migliore (Princeton)
  32. The Closeness of the Distant: Reformed Confessions after 1945
    Eberhard Busch (Göttingen)

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