Jüngel sets out to establish a basis for a theology of God the crucified while avoiding the shoals of theism and atheism. He warns of the danger, rooted in the fact that modernity no longer dares to think God, of talking God to death, of silencing God with too much God-talk. Jüngel analyzes what our possibilities are of thinking and speaking God and concludes that theology has to become the narrative of God's humanity. This second book in the series helps the reader to gain a more explicit awareness of the contemporary issues Jüngel's theology grapples with.
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About the Author
Eberhard Jüngel is Professor of Systematic Theology and Philosophy of Religion, University of Tübingen, Germany.
R. David Nelson is Acquisitions Editor for Baker Academic & Brazos Press, USA.
Table of Contents
2. Talk about the Death of God as an Expression of the Uncertainty of Modern Thinking about God
3. On the Possibility of Thinking God
4. On the Speakability of God
5. On the Humanity of God
Index of Names
Index of Subjects