A Theology of Word and Spirit: Authority Method in Theology
InterVarsity Press, 1 août 2005 - 336 pages
Recipient of a Christianity Today Critics Choice Award
In the inaugural volume of his seven-volume systematic theology, Christian Foundations, Donald Bloesch surveys his method. His approach is conversant with up-to-the-minute theological concerns but also vitally grounded in the Reformation emphasis on biblical revelation illumined by the Holy Spirit.
In A Theology of Word Spirit Bloesch draws out the contemporary implications of the biblically founded theology of Augustine, Luther, Calvin and Barth. He also offers fresh and faithful discussions of relativism, the present church conflict over biblical authority, fideism and rationalism, feminine-gender language for God, narrative theology, and the hermeneutical problem.
Harvesting the fruit of a lifetime of devoted scholarship and passionate dialogue, Bloesch offers his assessments and reflections at a time of extraordinary change and challenge. In A Theology of Word Spirit he points the way toward a confessional theology for the 21st century.
The Theological Malaise
Faith and Philosophy
Theological Language 290
Toward the Renewal of Theology
Rethinking Theological Authority
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