By Hans Urs von Balthasar
By Hans Urs von Balthasar
By Ruben Angelici
For the 1st time this theological masterpiece is being made on hand, unabridged, in English to permit a broader theological public to profit from Richard's accomplishments. the interpretation provided right here makes an attempt to supply a transparent and flowing textual content, whereas ultimate as actually devoted as attainable to the unique Latin.
"This first English translation of Richard of St. Victor's De Trinitate is a outstanding publishing occasion. Ruben Angelici's necessary advent is either energetic and realized. it truly is to be was hoping that this venture will renew the curiosity of theologians and philosophers within the stimulating theology of Richard of St. Victor."
Regent collage, Vancouver
"Ruben Angelici merits nice credits for his observation and translation of Richard of St. Victor's at the Trinity. His scholarship is impeccable and insightful and his translation is actual and lucid. it is a such a lot welcome and lots more and plenty wanted contribution to the theological academy."
--Thomas Weinandy, O.F.M.
Executive Director of the Secretariat for Doctrine
United States convention of Catholic Bishops
Ruben Angelici is a Graduate of the college of Manchester. He holds levels and services in theology, philosophy, biology, and song. He has been a sessional lecturer in dogmatic and historic theology at Nazarene Theological university, college of Manchester.
By Anna Mercedes
By John Murray,Carl Trueman
Originally released in 1955 and reprinted dozens of occasions through the years, John Murray’s Redemption complete and Applied systematically explains the 2 aspects of redemption -- its accomplishment via Christ’s atonement and its software to the lives of believers.
Murray explores the biblical passages facing the need, nature, perfection, and quantity of the atonement which will identify its courting to our justification, sanctification, and glorification. He is going directly to determine the specified steps within the Bible’s presentation of the way the redemption entire via Christ is utilized steadily to the lifetime of the redeemed, together with the function of religion and repentance.
Concise, targeted, and obtainable, Murray’s vintage doctrinal learn will now succeed in and profit a brand new iteration of readers.
By Rebecca Todd Peters
By J. Dwight Pentecost
Because of the prominence of prophecy in Scripture, many fantastic books have seemed facing prophetic topics. till lately, notwithstanding, the remedy of prophecy has been both apologetic or expository, and prophetic issues were constructed separately except their relation to the total printed prophetic application. a lot of our wisdom has been in simple terms fragmentary and unrelated. Dr. Dwight Pentecost’s enormous textual content, issues to come back, has replaced all that. during this vast, hugely profitable e-book, Dr. Pentecost has synthesized the full box of prophecy right into a unified biblical doctrine, a scientific and entire biblical eschatology. With approximately 1 / 4 of 1000000 copies bought, issues to return has earned its position within the library of the pastor, the student, and the seminarian or Bible institute scholar. furthermore, it deals a complete and obtainable research for an individual attracted to the $64000 topic of biblical prophecy.
By Terrance L. Tiessen
"Lord, please supply me a parking space!"
That prayer sounds correct in your 3rd time round the block, pissed off and overdue for an appointment. yet is it in step with how God works within the world?
Does prayer swap God's brain or in basic terms our emotions? Does God do issues because we ask him to? Or can we ask him simply because he activates us to take action? How a lot regulate does God rather have on this planet, besides? If he has given us loose will, can he continually be sure that issues will ensue as he intends or needs? Is our desire for parking areas very important sufficient to trouble God, or is he basically considering issues that boost his software of salvation?
If God has already determined how issues will end up, what use is it to hope? nonetheless, if our freedom limits God's skill to accomplish his needs for all time, how a lot could he do no matter if we requested for support? How a lot does God learn about the longer term, and the way does this issue into the way in which our prayers impact the result? and the way does God's courting to time input into the total equation?
With such questions in brain, Terrance Tiessen offers ten perspectives of windfall and prayer--and then provides an 11th, his personal. He describes each one view objectively after which tackles the query, If this can be the best way God works on the earth, how then may still we pray? the results of his research is a booklet that places us on the intersection among theological mirrored image and our existence and dialog with God. It prods and sharpens our realizing, making us larger theologians and higher prayers.
By Joshua R. Farris
Recent learn within the philosophy of faith, anthropology, and philosophy of brain has brought on the necessity for a extra built-in, entire, and systematic theology of human nature. This undertaking constructively develops a theological accounting of human individuals by way of drawing from a Cartesian (as a time period of paintings) version of anthropology, that is inspired through an extended culture. As used to be universal between patristics, medievals, and Reformed Scholastics, Farris attracts from philosophical assets to articulate Christian doctrine as he ways theological anthropology. Exploring a substance dualism version, the writer highlights proper theological texts and passages of Scripture, arguing that this version debts for doctrinal necessities relating theological anthropology. whereas Farris isn't really explicitly drawn to thorough critique of materialist ontology, he notes a number of the major difficulties linked to it. fairly, the current undertaking is an try and revitalize the assets present in Cartesianism through responding to a couple universal concerns linked to it.
By Gordon D. Kaufman
By F. LeRon Shults
From philosophy to theology, from physics to psychology, we discover a flip to the kinds of "relationality." Shults in brief strains this heritage from Aristotle to Levinas, exhibiting its impression at the Christian doctrine of anthropology, and he argues that the biblical knowing of humanity has a lot to give a contribution to contemporary discussion on individuals and on human changing into in terms of God and others. Shults's paintings stands as a effective attempt to reform theological anthropology in a fashion that restores its relevance to modern interpretations of the realm and our position in it.