A New Climate for Christology

In this final book, finished before her death in 2019, McFague summarizes the work of a lifetime with a clear call to live in such a way that all might flourish.

Author: Sallie McFague

Publisher: Augsburg Fortress Publishers

ISBN: 9781506478739

Category: Climatic changes

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For decades, Sallie McFague lent her voice and theological imagination to advocating for the most important issues of our time. In this final book, finished before her death in 2019, McFague summarizes the work of a lifetime with a clear call to live in such a way that all might flourish.

Towards Friendship Shaped Communities A Practical Theology of Friendship

34 Sallie McFague, A New Climate for Christology: Kenosis, Climate Change, and Befriending Nature (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2021), 72. 35 McFague, New Climate for Christology, x. 36 McFague, New Climate for Christology, 72.

Author: Anne-Marie Ellithorpe

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119756941

Category: Religion

Page: 244

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A unique and incisive exploration of the place and nature of friendship in both its personal and civic dimensions In Towards Friendship-Shaped Communities: A Practical Theology of Friendship, distinguished theological researcher Anne-Marie Ellithorpe delivers a constructive and insightful exploration of the place and nature of friendship as innate to being human, to the human vocation, and to life within the broader community. Of particular interest to members and leaders of faith communities, this book responds to contemporary concerns regarding relationality and offers a comprehensive theology of friendship. The author provides an inclusive and interdisciplinary study that brings previous traditions and texts into dialogue with contemporary contexts and concerns, including examples from Indigenous and Euro-Western cultures. Readers will reflect on the theology of friendship and the interrelationship between friendship and community, think critically about their own social and theological imagination, and develop an integrative approach to theological reflection that draws on Don Browning’s Fundamental Practical Theology. Integrating philosophical, anthropological, and theological perspectives on the study of friendship, this book presents: A thorough introduction to contemporary questions on friendship and discussions of co-existing friendship worlds Comprehensive explorations of friendship in first and second testament writings, as well as friendship within classical and Christian traditions Practical discussions of theology, friendship, and the social imagination, including explorations of mutuality and spirit-shaped friendships Considerations for outworking friendship ideals within communities of practice, from the perspective of strategic (or fully) practical theology Perfect for graduate and advanced undergraduate students taking courses on friendship or practical theology, Towards Friendship-Shaped Communities: A Practical Theology of Friendship will also earn a place in the libraries of scholars of practical theology and community practitioners, including ministers, priests, pastors, spiritual advisors, and counselors.

Before Theological Study

2, The New Testament: Its Authority and Canonicity. London: Bloomsbury, 2017. McFague, Sallie. Blessed Are the Consumers: Climate Change and the Practice of Restraint. Minneapolis: Fortress, 2013. ———. A New Climate for Christology: ...

Author: Harry O. Maier

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781666706550

Category: Religion

Page: 244

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Before Theological Study will orient students to the aptitudes, knowledge, spirituality, imagination, and dispositions that are appropriate to thoughtful, engaged, and generous theological study. The book has the character of a modern theological enchiridion (handbook) for engagement with the disciplines that are a part of preparation for ministry. It is characterized by the vision of the Vancouver School of Theology to prepare students for thoughtful, engaged, and generous Christian ministry practiced in a way that is alert to the multi-religious contexts and the colonial legacy of mainline Christianity. The essays in this handbook are written in a variety of registers, yet each remains accessible to the newcomer or potential newcomer to theological education. The book is not rooted in a unified orthodoxy but expresses the bandwidth of contemporary theological viewpoints.

St Cyril of Alexandria The Christological Controversy

Not much had been done to advance the argument since the Cappadocians, but the fifty years intervening had undoubtedly created a new climate of Alexandrian thought, and a new context of argument as signalled by Athanasius' letter to ...

Author: John A. McGuckin

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004312906

Category: Religion

Page: 448

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A historical and theological analysis of the great 5th century Christological controversy, charting the main aspects and key stages of the conflict between Cyril of Alexandria and Nestorius, particularly the council of 431 and its reception by Chalcedon 451.

Christology in Dialogue with Muslims

Certainly , Hick hopes that the new view of Jesus as an upholder of the law will create a new climate for Christian - Muslim relations . Nevertheless , Küng's trenchant rejection of this interpretation of Jesus ' teaching shows that ...

Author: Ivor Mark Beaumont

Publisher: OCMS

ISBN: 1870345460

Category: Christianity and other religions

Page: 262

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This book analyses Christian presentations of Christ for Muslims in the most creative periods of Christian-Muslim dialogue, the first half of the ninth century and the second half of the twentieth century. In these two periods, Christians made serious attempts to present their faith in Christ in terms that take into account Muslim perceptions of him, with a view toward bridging the gap between Muslim and Christian convictions.

Global Justice Christology and Christian Ethics

Following chapters develop further the teaching and example ofJesus, christological approaches to salvation, the work of the ... 8' John Collins, “Old Testament in a New Climate,” in Yale Divinity School's Reflections (Spring 2008), p.

Author: Lisa Sowle Cahill

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781107028777

Category: Religion

Page: 327

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A Christian response to global realities of human inequality, poverty, violence and ecological destruction in the twenty-first century.

Contemporary Christologies

Sallie McFague, A New Climate for Theology (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2008), 34, 171–72. 43. Hendrik Vroom, “On Being 'Reformed,' ” Reformed World 58, no. 4 (2008): 202. 44. Sharon Betcher, Spirit and the Politics of Disablement ...

Author: Don Schweitzer

Publisher: Fortress Press

ISBN: 9781451406924

Category: Religion

Page: 200

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While many know of the signal contributions of such twentieth-century giants as Paul Tillich or Karl Barth or Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, the important work since their time often goes unremarked until some major controversy erupts. Here is a smart and helpful survey of the chief approaches and thinkers in today's understanding of the person, significance, and work of Jesus Christ. Schweitzer offers an insightful introduction to the contemporary context of Christology, in which basic questions in the discipline (and soteriology) are being rethought in light of globalization, postmodernity, and the contemporary experience of evil.

Christian Faith for Our Times

X JESUS CHRIST - THE SERVANT LORD We are in a new climate of Christology in Asia ; a climate which requires of us not only a careful working of the traditional language , but also a new language in our Christological endeavour .

Author: K. A. Abraham


ISBN: UOM:39015070137370

Category: Bible

Page: 110

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Religion in the Anthropocene

Christology.” In Climate Change and Systematic Theology: Ecumenical Perspectives, edited by Michael Northcott and Peter Scott, 33–50. New York: Routledge, 2014. ———. “The Cross of Christ in an Evolutionary World.

Author: Celia E. Deane-Drummond

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781498291927

Category: Religion

Page: 362

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This book charts a new direction in humanities scholarship through serious engagement with the geopolitical concept of the Anthropocene. Drawing on religious stwhatudies, theology, social science, history and philosophy, and can be broadly termed the environmental humanities, this collection represents a groundbreaking critical analysis of diverse narratives on the Anthropocene. The contributors to this volume recognize that the Anthropocene began as a geological concept, the age of the humans, but that its implications are much wider than this. Will the Anthropocene have good or bad ethical outcomes? Does the Anthropocene idea challenge the possibility of a sacred Nature, which shores up many religious approaches to environmental ethics? Or is the Anthropocene a secularized theological anthropology more properly dealt with through traditional concepts from Catholic social teaching on human ecology? Do theological traditions, such as Christology, reinforce negative aspects of the Anthropocene? Not all contributors in this volume agree with the answers to these different questions. Readers will be challenged, provoked, and stimulated by this book.

Inventing Christic Jesuses Rules and Warrants for Theology

We need to remember that some historians never make direct value or christological recommendations, some make only negative recommendations,5 and ... N. T. Wright speaks of the new climate of research as a turn to “historical realism.

Author: Charles A. Wilson

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781532643019

Category: Religion

Page: 318

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In the first comprehensive proposal for revisionist theology’s deployment of historical Jesus research, Inventing Christic Jesuses rejects positions that insulate theology from Jesus research. By setting out theological methods, warrants, and rules, in dialogue with an analysis of the Jesus historians of the Third Quest (c. 1980–2010), the study charts a path toward a quested christology positioned between categorical rejection and uncritical acceptance of historical results on Jesus. Volume 1, Method, analyzes the methods and values of historical research on Jesus and identifies the retrojective activity of value production when historians, in conversation with historical sources, invent images of Jesus. Volume 2, Christological Recommendations, gathers potential contributions of Jesus research for revisionist theology according to the cataphatic, apophatic, and eminent pattern of classical theology. By attending to the limits and opportunities afforded by historical research, both negative and positive, the argument retrieves for theology the complex way that historians shape same and different, association and dissociation in the production of their Jesuses. Then it analyzes how values shape Jesuses in a pervasive Narcissus project to invent a self (and a community) through imaging Jesus. Proposing that the disciplined invention of Jesuses is highly useful for theology, the book ends with recommendations for a quested christology.