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Faith, freedom, and the Spirit : the economic Trinity in Barth, Torrance and contemporary theology / Paul D. Molnar.

By: Molnar, Paul D, 1946-.
Description: 448 pages ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780830839056 (pbk. : alk. paper).Subject(s): Barth, Karl, 1886-1968 | Torrance, Thomas F. (Thomas Forsyth), 1913-2007 | Trinity -- History of doctrines -- 20th century | Trinity -- History of doctrines -- 21st centuryDDC classification:
Contents:
Thinking about God within faith: the role of the Holy Spirit -- The role of the Holy Spirit in knowing the Triune God -- Considering God's freedom once again -- Origenism, election, and time and eternity -- The perils of embracing a historicized Christology -- Can Jesus' divinity be recognized as definitive, authentic and essential if it is grounded in election? Just how far did the later Barth historicize Christology? -- The obedience of the Son in the theology of Karl Barth and of Thomas F. Torrance -- A theology of grace: living in and from the Holy Spirit.
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General Circulation 231.04 MOL 2015 (Browse shelf) Available 19050

Includes bibliographical references (pages 431-441) and indexes.

Thinking about God within faith: the role of the Holy Spirit -- The role of the Holy Spirit in knowing the Triune God -- Considering God's freedom once again -- Origenism, election, and time and eternity -- The perils of embracing a historicized Christology -- Can Jesus' divinity be recognized as definitive, authentic and essential if it is grounded in election? Just how far did the later Barth historicize Christology? -- The obedience of the Son in the theology of Karl Barth and of Thomas F. Torrance -- A theology of grace: living in and from the Holy Spirit.

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