2 edition of approach to Christology found in the catalog.
approach to Christology
Aubrey Russell Vine
Here the supremacy of Christ is His preeminence over the Old Testament prophets. Those prophets spoke the Word of God — but Christ is the Word of God. He is not merely a prophet in a long line of prophets. He is the Prophet par excellence. This supreme revelation comes from Him, the One who is more than a prophet — the very Son of God. To clarify the complex issue, these writers approach post-Chalcedonian ( AD) Christology from a variety of disciplines historical, philosophical, systematic, and practical thoroughly examining the importance of keeping Jesus Christ in trinitarian perspective.4/5(81).
Christology: A Biblical, Historical, and Systematic Study of Jesus is a theological book by the Australian Jesuit priest and academic Gerald O' work was originally published in with the title Christology: A Biblical, Historical, and Systematic Study of Jesus Christ, but the author thoroughly revised the whole text in to take account of the numerous biblical Author: Gerald O'Collins, SJ. Consistent with his whole approach to Christology, Bonhoeffer again resists venturing too far into the question of ‘how’ Christ is present. He takes up the topic with great reluctance, and with astonishing brevity given how much attention has been paid to it throughout Christian history.
Theocentric Christology David Tracy), who are eloquently sensitive to historical relativity and religious pluralism, still put "Christ at the center of things" (Driver, 73). Schineller also points out that while a "non-normative Christology" offers "an attractive position," it "seems somewhat ineffective in an age. voted to the christology of Q, the christol-ogy of pre-Pauline Christianity, or the self-consciousness of Jesus. What appears instead are sections within six chapters that carry on analysis and discussion of the christology of nearly all the books of the New Testament (left out are Philemon, James, 2 Peter, and Jude). Each chapter is.
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John Wesley's Christology: A Social Approach to the Presentation of the Gospel of Christ [Rosado PhD, Edgardo] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. John Wesley's Christology: A Social Approach to the Presentation of the Gospel of ChristAuthor: Edgardo Rosado PhD.
Sin and Salvation. and?A Contemporary Approach to Soteriology.??Clearly written and well organized, this work provides readers with a sound and reliable introduction to Christology. Interpretation?An ideal textbook for college students and a helpful resource for parish education.?/5(19).
Christology is the study of the work and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth in order to discern his nature and relationship to the Judeo-Christian God, as well as his role in human history.
It focuses on the life and ministry of Jesus as it affects Christian theology and eschatology. 54 rows The best books on Jesus Christ/Christology ranked by scholars, journal reviews, and site 74%(1). The textbook is God Was In Christ by D.M.
Ballie, which has the distinction of being used by both Catholic and Protestant schools. (Check your local library if they belong to the ILL program.) After that, it depends on how you want to approach the subject.
If you haven’t yet, you’ll need to get up to speed on current Biblical scholarship. Grindheim is abreast of the latest scholarship and interacts with it appreciatively, but takes his own carefully argued approach to the presentation in the synoptic gospels of Jesus' relationship to God.
The result is a book that introduces students to the. The Gospel of John: The Great News - A Look at the Book Lesson 1 - The Public Ministry of Jesus Christ Lesson 2 - The Private Ministry of Jesus Christ Basic Christology - Review Questions Basic Eschatology Basic Eschatology - An Introduction to Bible Prophecy Basic Eschatology - Part One: Fulfilled Prophecy.
Like many terms relating to theology, “Christology” sounds like a term that will be difficult to approach.
However, at the end of the day, it is just the study of our Lord Jesus, and Author: Alyssa Roat. Christology is a field within the larger project of Christian theology that has as its central focus the continuing examination of the nature and person of Jesus Christ, Scholars in this field focus on the letters of the New Testament as well as the canonical gospels to help them determine the complexities of the relationship between Christ's person and his nature and how these connect with as well as differ from.
The Alexandrian and Antiochian Christological Thoughts1 Sellers who defend the Antiochene Christology saying that they speak of a "complete union", the exegesis of the Holy Scriptures. Meyedorff says: The rigorist critical approach of men like Diodore of Tarsus, Theodore of Mopsuestia, and Theodoret led them to study the Gospel text File Size: 26KB.
Written By: Christology, Christian reflection, teaching, and doctrine concerning Jesus of Nazareth. Christology is the part of theology that is concerned with the nature and work of Jesus, including such matters as the Incarnation, the Resurrection, and his human and divine natures and their relationship.
• “Scholastic Christology" is a systematic approach that embraces all or most of the topics encountered by the other methods. The first historic systematic theology is usually attributed to Thomas Aquinas in the 13th Century.
(He lived from 28 January – 7. March )File Size: KB. He takes the approach of a Christology from above, meaning that he starts with faith that Jesus is the Son of God.
The study uses a historical approach divided into two parts; first from the gospels to Nicea and then the second half from Chalcedon onward. Regardless of the generations, new heresies and new misunderstandings about the person of Christ continue to arise/5.
Fr Sobrino describes his approach as "historical Christology," and by that he means that we must return to the Jesus of history if we are to avoid treason to the Christ of faith.
A theology which cuts itself free of the passion and defeat of the human Jesus in the name of a theology of the Risen Christ ends by losing both/5(26). CHRISTOLOGY: THE STUDY OF THE PERSON OF CHRIST Introduction (Lesson 1) Christology comes from two Greek words, “Christos,” the anointed one or the Messiah, and “logos,” word, or study of things related to a particular subject.
Christ Himself invites his File Size: 44KB. Orbis Books, - Liberation theology - pages 0 Reviews The author stresses certain aspects of Jesus' life with the intention of providing a new direction to Christology.
Origen's On first principles also touches on Christology but it's really not a systematic Christology. If you're interested in the development of Christology Bart Ehrman's "How Jesus Became God: The Exaltation of a Jewish Preacher from Galilee" or the response "How God Became Jesus: The Real Origins of Belief in Jesus' Divine NatureA.
2 Approaches to Christology The ‘Human to Divine’ Approach Anthropomorphic Jesus Over-emphasis of Feeling Identification with Christ The ‘Divine to Human’ Approach Emphasis Faith Assumption Divinity absorbs humanity Cultural Clashes Culture and Scientific Development cause the “Hermeneutic of Suspicion” Leads to a preference toward the ‘Divine to Human’ among some.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. The predominance of a functional, soteriological approach to Christology is a reminder of the importance of the work of Christ within the framework of the doctrine of his person and natures.
Rather than privileging the synoptic Gospels, one could assess the New Testament canon as a whole, which would result in a Christology more balanced in its high and low aspects. Raymond Brown's Introduction to New Testament Christology might be an example of this type of approach.Intwo books on Christology were published independently in Britain.
The first, a symposium entitled The Myth of God Incarnate,1 attracted a lot of publicity, perhaps more on account of the provocative nature of its title than for any major contribution to scholarly discussion.
A minimally christological anthropology is one in which (a) Christology warrants important claims about what it means to be human and (b) the scope of those claims goes beyond issues like the image of God and ethics.